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NAME

SC NO.

DATE

N. Main & Greene St. corner, accident – photo

960

1963

N.A.A.C.P. - Ohio Tri-County N.A.A.C.P. - 1st Annual Life Membership Banquet, Upper Valley Joint Vocational School, 3 December 1983 - program

4427

1983

Names - a list of 201 last names divided into five rows - this list probably became separated from a large group photograph.

4243

n.d.

Nancy Wilson (later Nancy Hart) – [1] Official transcript of her high school grades and [2] her Piqua High School Diploma in the original folder.

7153

1942

Nancy Wilson (later Nancy Hart) – [1] Three grade report forms from The Laboratory Institute of Merchandising, New York dated November 1944, March 1945, June 1945 and [2] Diploma given to Nancy Wilson for satisfactory completion of the One Year Fashion Merchandising Course at the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising, New York City, June 1, 1945

7154

1944-1945

Nash Auto Dealer - Jack Apple Piqua Nash Sales (2 photos), North Dixie Highway - 1955-1957

5129

c. 1956

Nation in Arms – war information series pamphlet

372

Aug. 1917

National Air Mail Week, May 15-21, 1938 – 20th Anniversary, “Mail by air-Everywhere” – air mail envelopes. One letter size commemorating the air mail anniversary in general.  Three legal size air mail envelopes stamped from Piqua, Troy and Vandalia, Ohio.

6052

1938

National Air Races Official Program, 1932 - Cleveland

2426

1932

National Archives - list of publications

2575

1988

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [N.A.A.C.P.] 80th Anniversary magazine

2649

1989

National Association of Letter Carriers, Ohio State Convention program.  Held at Piqua, Ohio, May 30th, 1904 – the program was printed by Magee Bros. Printers and Binders, Piqua, Ohio – this is an excellent source of information on businesses in Piqua in 1904.

7215

1904

National Barefoot Championships (water skiing) – 1989 – Piqua Ohio – August 23-27, 1989 – a brochure

5929

1989

National Bicentennial Year, 1976, materials:  [1] “The Bicentennial Year, Piqua, Ohio: Official Schedule of Local Activities”, published by the Piqua Bicentennial Committee (2 copies).  [2] “Bicentennial Services:  Combined Services Westminster United Presbyterian Church & Greene Street United Methodist Church, Piqua, Ohio – bulletin and order of service (2 copies).  [3] Bicentennial Day Worship Service order of service – Sunday, July 4, 1976 – 2:30 p.m. Fountain Park Pavilion, Piqua, Ohio.  [4] “Celebrate America’s Independence at Fountain Park July 5th, 12:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.”, a program.  [5] Piqua Bicentennial Souvenir Year Book, prepared by Larry K. Thomas, Sr. for The Piqua Loyal Order of Moose #1067 as a Civic Affairs project for the support of the Piqua American Revolution Bicentennial projects in 1976.

6259

1976

National Food and Grocery Distributors' Code Authority reporting cards, N.R.A. [National Recovery Administration, a New Deal agency]

2639

1935

National Guaranteed Automobile Supply Coupon Book issued by The Regal Oil Refining Co., Piqua, Ohio – Three $5.00 coupon books containing the following gasoline coupons: 15 – 25¢ coupons, 20 - 5¢ copons and 25 - 1¢ copons.  One $10.00 coupon book containing the following gasoline coupons: 10 - 50¢ coupons, 15 - 25¢ coupons, 20 - 5¢ coupons and 25 - 1¢ coupons.

7625

c. 1920’s

National Guard - The Story of The Army National Guard - 1985

2749

1985

National Hotel Cotillion Party invitation

1747

1839

National Normal University, Lebanon, Ohio.  Thirty-eighth Annual Catalogue with Announcements for 1894-95.  This book belonged to Sherman Rogers of Lebanon, Ohio.  Stamped in faded red ink on the title page is the following: “No Colored Students Admitted.”  Found inside the book is a flier that reads:  “From Country School to a Complete Higher Education in Two to Three Years.”  The total expenses are listed as $2.30 to $2.50 per week.  Also found inside the book is a textbook rental order form from the University Text Book Library and Book Store, C. K. Hamilton & Co., 44 E. Mulberry St., Lebanon, Ohio

6868

1894

National Political Leaders in 1958 – photographs:  Lyndon B. Johnson, Senate Majority Leader; William F. Knowland, Senate Minority Leader; William P. Rogers, Attorney General; Neil H. McElroy, Secretary of Defense – from the Sue Ann Clay collection.

5948

1958

National Presidential Election campaign signs - Democrat: [1] Kennedy (Edward) '80. [2] Carter-Mondale (5 signs) - 1980 [3] Carter - 1976. [4] Fred Harris - '76 (2 signs). [5] Teachers for Carter-Mondale (paid for by national Education Association Political Action Committee - NEA-PAC). [6] Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia. [7] George McGovern - "I Believe Him.

4683

various

National Presidential Election campaign signs - Independent and third party candidates:  [1] Terry Sanford - 1976. [2] John B. Anderson. [3] Anderson for President. [4] Larry Pressler for President. [5] "Vote Citizens Party 1980: Barry Commoner-LaDonna Harris. [6] Barry Commoner-LaDonna Harris, Citizens Party. [7] "Vote Libertarian: Clark for President". [8] Cranston '84! (2 signs). [9] Cranston '84 - Peace & Jobs".

4685

various

National Presidential election campaign signs - Republican:  [1] Dole-Kemp (1996). [2] George Bush (sign produced for the District of Columbia Primary). [3] 1980 Anti-Jimmy Carter sign, "America, there's no surviving Jimmy 2" - sign and a film the sign advertises produced by Roundup Enterprises, Inc., Houston, Texas.  [4] Nixon - "Nixon's the One!" - 1972. [5] "Together a new beginning" 1980 Republican Convention, Detroit, MI. [6] "Baker: Tough, Honest, Right for the 80's" (Howard Baker). [7] Anti-Ronald Reagan poster: "We begin bombing in five minutes."

4684

various

National Provisioner magazine of the Meat Packing and allied Industries

4582

6-May-07

National Provisioner magazine of the Meat Packing and Allied Industries

4583

13-May-07

National Recovery Administration Poster

1174

1934

Native American Art - Trends & changes

2583

c. 1985

Native American Photos

882

c.1890

Native Americans – photos

377

1900’s

NATURAL OHIO - published by Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources Division of Natural Areas and Preserves

1950

2000 - 2003

Negley, ?

548

n.d.

Neil House: dancing passes

4870

1930

Nellis Family Record – There are ten entries beginning 24 February 178? and extending to 29 September 1828.  This document should be viewed with MS-103, File 36 where a transcript of the document is located.

5638

1780-1828

Neth & Stelzer [men’s clothing store], Piqua, Ohio advertising and instruction pamphlet with directions on how to tie a neck tie in a “four-in-hand” knot, how to tie a “Windsor” knot and, on the back, how to tie a bow tie.

7633

n.d.

Neth, Bob – Public Square – photo of:

780

1919

Netzley – A Tribute: The Honorable Robert E. Netzley, The Honorable Troy Lee James – Tuesday, November 21, 2000 – program for the dinner held in honor of the legislative careers of these two members of the Ohio House of Representatives.

6299

2000

New baby greeting card with two gold diaper pins attached to the front.  The diaper pins are connected with a 6” gold ball chain.  Inside the card is “Best Wishes from Crosby the ‘Drug Man’, Piqua, Ohio”

5676

n.d.

New Bremen High School 50th Class Reunion June 12, 1993 – book and photographs given to the members of the Class of 1943

7334

1993

New Constitution, The: Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, 9 June 1849.  This small newspaper was published as an advocate for ". . . Constitutional reform and enlarged liberty to the masses . . ."

56

1849

New France & Ohio Country, Map of (reproduction)

425

1755

New Jersey – Index to “ye Colonial Kinsmen from Plymouth Rocke to York Towne” by Josseph N. Kearney – this index references 8 charts which are located in drawer 17 of the map case.  The 8 charts cover the descendants of the first 50 families to settle between Prince Town and New Brunswick, New Jersey.

7364

n.d.

New Testament - King James Version, Published by American Branch Scripture Gift Mission, 1917 - these were distributed to Army, Navy, and Marines in World War I

4295

1917

New Testament and Psalms – Printed to be distributed to the Armed Forces in World War II by The Gideons – King James Version printed by the National Bible Press, Philadelphia.  Written in the front flyleaf is: Gideon Soc. The Miami Camp, Piqua, Ohio by C.W. Potter, Sec. 1222 W. High, 29 January 1943.

5712

1943

New Years greeting from C. Achard, Emory F. Sawyer, Walter D. Jones, and Charles M. Sawyer

2549

1879

New York City - 10 photographs of buildings in New York City, c. 1900, and distributed nationally by Singer Sewing Machine Dealers.

4289

c. 1900

Newberry Township Cemeteries

4216

n.d.

News flier/bulletin, The Bulletin-No. 14 [issued by the Piqua Socialist Party] Title: "The Truth About Municipal Affairs"

2828

c. 1918

Newspaper -  Miami Valley Register, 1 July 1843 VERY FRAGILE - use restricted to specific research.

3972

1843

Newspaper -  New York Enquirer, 4 September 1939 - "WAR DECLARED ON GERMANY" - beginning of World War II in Europe

5254

1939

Newspaper -  Piqua Daily Call  - 24 December 1897 - not on microfilm

3977

1897

Newspaper –  Piqua Daily Call Monday, April 7, 1913 – copy, not on microfilm

5590

1913

Newspaper –  Piqua Daily Call Tuesday, April 8, 1913 – copy, not on microfilm

5591

1913

Newspaper -  Piqua Daily Leader - 21 February 1901

3976

1901

Newspaper -  Piqua Gazette  - 21 February 1829

3985

1829

Newspaper -  Piqua Gazette and Miami Farmers' General Intelligencer - 6 November 1830

3984

1830

Newspaper -  Piqua Journal  16 April 1874

3975

1874

Newspaper -  Piqua Journal - 3 November 1881

3983

1881

Newspaper -  Piqua Journal - 4 March 1875

3982

1875

Newspaper - a collection of newspaper articles written by Minabelle Hutchins for the Piqua Daily Call.  The collection is Indexed by Title, date, and page number.  The 250 page collection is separated by year.  There is a second 9 page addition.

3143

1958-1963

Newspaper - A complete foile of "The Stars and Stripes," the official newspaper of the American Expeditionary Forces; printed in France from 8 February 1918 to 13 June 1919

4127

1918-1919

Newspaper - American Examiner - 1 February 1941

4070

1941

Newspaper - American Examiner - 11 March 1933 - owned, published, and edited by G.W. Fleming

4004

1933

Newspaper - American Examiner - 25 January 1941 - G.W. Fleming

4005

1941

Newspaper - Art Loan, No. III - Tuesday, 26 January 1886 - issued every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, by the Art Loan Exposition, Corner Ash and Caldwell Streets.

3997

1886

Newspaper - Art Loan, No. XV - Tuesday, 23 February 1886 - Last Issue

3998

1886

Newspaper - Chicago Daily Tribune, 8 May 1945 - "THIS IS V-E DAY!" - End of World War II in Europe – this file is located in Drawer 20 of the map case

5253

1945

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette - 15 April 1865 - Lincoln assassination.

4072

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Friday, 12 May 1865

3028

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Friday, 14 April 1865

3006

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Friday, 21 April 1865

3011

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Friday, 28 April 1865

3017

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Friday, 5 May 1865

3022

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Friday, 7 April 1865

3001

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 1 May 1865

3019

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 10 April 1865

3003

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 15 May 1865

3030

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 17 April 1865

3007

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 24 April 1865

3013

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 3 April 1865

2999

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Monday, 8 May 1865

3024

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Saturday, 13 May 1865

3029

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Saturday, 22 April 1865

3012

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Saturday, 29 April 1865

3018

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Saturday, 6 May 1865 (2 copies)

3023

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Saturday, 8 April 1865

3002

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Thursday, 11 May 1865

3027

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Thursday, 13 April 1865

3005

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Thursday, 18 May 1865

3033

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Thursday, 20 April 1865

3010

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Thursday, 27 April 1865

3016

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Thursday, 4 May 1865

3021

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Tuesday, 16 May 1865

3031

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Tuesday, 18 April 1865

3008

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Tuesday, 25 April 1865

3014

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Tuesday, 9 May 1865

3025

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 10 May 1865

3026

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 12 April 1865

3004

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 17 May 1865

3032

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 19 April 1865

3009

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 26 April 1865

3015

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 3 May 1865

3020

1865

Newspaper - Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 5 April 1865

3000

1865

Newspaper - Civil War - Public Ledger, Philadelphia, PA, 6 July 1863 - account of the Battle of Gettysburg and a roster of Union and Confederate troops involved. (copy)

3295

1863

Newspaper - Cleveland Plain Dealer, 13 April 1945 - front page only - Lead headline: "Roosevelt is Dead; Truman Takes Oath" - laminated

4802

1945

Newspaper - Cleveland Plain Dealer, 15 August 1945 - front page only - lead headline: "War At End! Truman Announces Japanese Accept Peace Terms." - laminated

4804

1945

Newspaper - collection of newspaper clipping of a general nature concerning Miami County

3142

various

Newspaper - collection of newspaper clippings pertaining to Indians in Piqua area and Ohio - from the files of Leonard Hill

3141

various

Newspaper - Columbus Evening Dispatch, 14 August 1945 - front page only - lead headline: "Japs Give Up, Nip Radio Says" - laminated

4803

1945

Newspaper - Columbus newspaper - aerial photograph of Piqua and a brief description on a page titled "Ohio Towns from the Air"

2835

c. 1930's

Newspaper - Community Life - 31 August 1992

4063

1992

Newspaper - Community Magazine - 24 Aug 1992

4065

1992

Newspaper - Dayton Daily News, Friday, 22 November 1963 - headline: "President Kennedy Assassinated in Texas; Johnson Takes Over"

4990

1963

Newspaper – Dayton Daily News, September 12, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11) [2]

7090

2001

Newspaper – Dayton Daily News, September 13, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11) [2]

7091

2001

Newspaper – Dayton Daily News, September 16, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7092

2001

Newspaper – Dayton Daily News, September 28, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7093

2001

Newspaper – Dayton Daily News Special Report: The First 100 Days, Sunday, December 30, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7094

2001

Newspaper – Dayton Evening Press – July 1, 1899

5408

1899

Newspaper – Dayton Evening Press – June 29, 1899

5406

1899

Newspaper – Dayton Evening Press – June 30, 1899

5407

1899

Newspaper - Dayton Journal Herald - 16 March 1970 - New format

4074

1970

Newspaper - Dayton Journal Herald, 21 July 1969 - "MAN WALKS ON THE MOON"

5259

1969

Newspaper - De Graff Journal - 11 February 1916

4078

19146

Newspaper - Die Miami Post - German language newspaper published in Piqua - 30 November 1911.

3479

1911

Newspaper - Die Miami Post, 30 November 1911, weekly newspaper published in Piqua completely in German

5018

1911

Newspaper – Essex Register, Volume 12, No. 80, Salem, (Massachusetts) Saturday, October 3, 1812 – on page 3, column 1, “Extract of a letter from Gov. Harrison to Gov. Shelly, dated at Head Quarters, (Piqua) Sept. 5th, 1812, 4 o’clock, A. M.”  The article records the British and Indian siege of Fort Wayne and requests the dispatch of mounted troops to relieve the siege and prevent further British moves toward Fort Harrison and Vincennes.  Note: this is the oldest actual newspaper in our collection.

8137

1812

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 9 – weekly – November 17, 1934 – Earl A. Harris, editor – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7342

1934

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 10 – weekly – November 24, 1934 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7343

1934

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 11 – weekly – December 1, 1934 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7344

1934

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 14 – weekly – December 22, 1934 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7345

1934

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 15 – weekly – December 29, 1934 – published at Belle Center, Ohio (2 copies)

7346

1934

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 20 – weekly – February 2, 1935 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7347

1935

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 21 – weekly – February 9, 1935 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7348

1935

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 22 – weekly – February 16, 1935 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7349

1935

Newspaper – Fleming’s Ohio Examiner, Piqua, Troy, Sidney Edition with other cities and the state of Ohio covered on inside pages, volume 1, number 23 – weekly – February 23, 1935 – published at Belle Center, Ohio

7350

1935

Newspaper – Hobo News 10 January 1944 – a newspaper of cartoons, comics and humor published weekly by Patrick Mulkern, New York City.  Included in the folder is the original newspaper, a copy and an article on the history of the Hobo News.

5496

1944

Newspaper - Journal Herald (Dayton), Tuesday, 26 November 1963

4994

1963

Newspaper - Journal Herald (Dayton, OH), Saturday, 23 November 1963 - Headlines: "John F. Kennedy Requiem Mass at noon Monday In Capital" and "Officer's Killer Denies Part In Assassination" (referring to Lee Harvey Oswald).

4992

1963

Newspaper – Miami County Advocate, November 26, 2012 – a free newspaper published every Monday by Ohio Community Media and contains articles from the previous week of the Troy Daily News and Piqua Daily Call along with numerous advertising inserts.

6279

2012

Newspaper - Miami County Democrat - 11 December 1860

4049

1860

Newspaper - Miami County Democrat, Piqua, Tuesday Morning, 19 February 1861 - This is an original copy printed on rag paper - it is not on microfilm.

3521

1861

Newspaper - Miami County's War Chest Subscription Record, published by the Miami County Community War Service.  This is a ten page newspaper list of all individuals in Miami County who gave to the Community War Chest and the amount given.  Individuals are listed by Town and Township.  This may have been inserted as a supplement to local newspapers - It was probably published in late 1918.

4748

c. 1918

Newspaper - Miami Democrat - 8 December 1877

4047

1877

Newspaper - Miami Helmet - 19 July 1883

4055

1883

Newspaper - Miami Leader - 12 April 1884

4056

1884

Newspaper - Miami Valley Fifty Plus - January 1992

4066

1992

Newspaper - Miami Valley Fifty Plus - June 1991

4067

1991

Newspaper - Miami Valley Register -  1 Jan 1842

4057

1842

Newspaper - Miami Valley Register - 3 December 1842

3974

1842

Newspaper – Miami Valley Register, volume 1, number 2 – weekly – December 11, 1841 – published by J. W. Defrees & E. B. Taylor – this paper is in extremely poor condition but it is not on microfilm.  This paper supported the Whig Party.

7351

1841

Newspaper – Miami Valley Register, volume 1, number 25 – weekly – May 21, 1842 – published by J. W. Defrees & E. B. Taylor – this paper is in poor condition but it is not on microfilm.  This paper supported the Whig Party.

7352

1842

Newspaper – Miami Valley Register, volume 2, number 6 – weekly – January 7, 1843 – published by J. W. Defrees & E. B. Taylor – this paper is in extremely poor condition but it is not on microfilm.  This paper supported the Whig Party.

7353

1843

Newspaper – Miami Valley Register, volume 2, number 14 – weekly – March 4, 1843 – published by J. W. Defrees & E. B. Taylor – this paper is in extremely poor condition but it is not on microfilm.  This paper supported the Whig Party.

7354

1843

Newspaper - Miami Valley Sunday News, Horizons - 28 January 1990

4093

1990

Newspaper - Miami Valley Sunday News, Horizons 1992 - 26 January 1992

4088

1992

Newspaper - Naples Daily News (Fla.), Wednesday Afternoon, 29 January 1986 - Headline: "Ocean Yields Shuttle Debris" (the explosion of the shuttle Challenger)

4999

1986

Newspaper - Piqua Courier and Enquirer - 22 December 1838

3994

1838

Newspaper - Piqua Courier and Enquirer - 23 February 1839

4071

1839

Newspaper - Piqua Courier and Enquirer - 26 January 1839

3993

1839

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call -  16 March 1970 - fire on Troy Square, Uhlman's building.

4073

1970

Newspaper – Piqua Daily Call 17 October 2008 – special supplement on the opening of Fort Piqua Plaza.

5507

2008

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call 1983 Review - 12 April 1983

4087

1983

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call Extra - 29 March 1983

3999

1983

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call Extra - 5 January 1987

4000

1987

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call Progress '88 - 12 April 1988

4089

1988

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call Sunday Extra - 7 July 1991

4069

1991

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call Sunday Extra - 9 June 1991

4068

1991

Newspaper – Piqua Daily Call, 12 September 2001 – front page report of the attack on New York and Washington

6253

2001

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, 1989 Progress Edition Part 1- 15 April 1989

4090

1989

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, 1989 Progress Edition Part 2- 22 April 1989

4091

1989

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, 1989 Progress Edition Part 3- 29 April 1989

4092

1989

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, 2006 Piqua Progress - 24 February 2006

4084

2006

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, 2006 Progress Miami County - 26 February 2006

4083

2006

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, 30th Anniversary - Industrial Edition, Parts 2, 3, 4. - 1913

4077

1913

Newspaper – Piqua Daily Call, 9 December 2000 – front page report of the posthumous award of the Congressional Medal of Honor to A1C William Pitsenbarger.  A second article is on the work of the Air Force Sergeants Association to secure the award for Pitsenbarger.

6254

2000

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, Progress 1991 - 20 April 1991

4086

1991

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, Progress 1991, Part 1 - 13 April 1991

4094

1991

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, Progress 1991, Part 2 - 20 April 1991

4095

1991

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, Progress 1991, Part 3 - 27 April 1991

4096

1991

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call, Saturday, 1 January 2000 - "A Millennium Retrospective: Special Souvenir Edition"

5000

2000

Newspaper – Piqua Daily Call, Volume 117, Number 216, September 12, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7083

2001

Newspaper – Piqua Daily Call, Volume 117, Number 217, September 13, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7084

2001

Newspaper – Piqua Daily Call, Volume 117, Number 218, September 14, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7085

2001

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Call: Electrical Progress Edition - 9 April 1937

4128

1937

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Dispatch - 4 January 1890

4054

1890

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press - 17 August 1918

4079

1918

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press - 5 February 1916

4048

1916

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press, vol. 1 no. 225 - 21 September  1916 - fragile - lead story is the debate over building a new Water Works filtration plant.

4744

1916

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press, vol. 1 no. 259 - 1 November 1916 - fragile - lead story is the visit of the German submarine freighter Deutschland to the east coast (New London, Conn.).

4745

1916

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press, vol. 2 no. 13 - 12 January 1919 -  fragile - lead story is the murder of Covington, Ohio marshal Harvey Hake and the arrest of his killer Albert Clark.

4746

1917

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press, vol. 2 no. 150 - 22 June 1917 - very fragile - Lead story is the execution of Albert Clark for the murder of Covington, Ohio Marshall Harvey Hake.

4741

1917

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press, vol. 4 no. 121 - 17 May 1919 - very fragile - lead story is the Trans-Atlantic flight by a group of U.S. Navy Seaplanes

4742

1919

Newspaper - Piqua Daily Press, vol. 4 no. 129 - 27 May 1919 - very fragile - lead story is the last leg of the flight of U.S. Navy NC-4 seaplanes on their trans-Atlantic flight.

4743

1919

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 1 August 1866

4030

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 1 May 1867

4022

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 10 April 1867

4019

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 10 July 1867

4028

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 10 October 1866

4039

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 12 December 1866

4046

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 12 June 1867

4025

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 12 September 1866

4035

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 13 February 1867

4010

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 13 March 1867

4014

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 14 November 1866

4043

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 15 August 1866

4032

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 15 May 1867

4023

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 17 April 1867

4020

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 17 July 1867

4029

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 17 October 1866

4040

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 19 June 1867

4026

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 19 September 1866

4036

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 2 January 1867

4007

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 20 February 1867

4011

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 20 March 1867

4015

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 23 January 1867

4008

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 24 April 1867

4021

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 24 July 1867

4081

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 24 October 1866

4041

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 26 December 1866

4050

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 26 September 1866

4037

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 27 February 1867

4012

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 27 March 1867

4017

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 28 November 1866

4044

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 29 August 1866

4033

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 29 May 1867

4024

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 3 April 1867

4018

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 3 July 1867

4027

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 3 October 1866

4038

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 30 January 1867

4016

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 5 December 1866

4045

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 5 September 1866

4034

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 6 February 1867

4009

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 6 March 1867

4013

1867

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 7 November 1866

4042

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Democrat - 8 August 1866

4031

1866

Newspaper - Piqua Enquirer  - 13 December 1860

4075

1860

Newspaper - Piqua Enquirer  - 24 May 1855

4059

1855

Newspaper - Piqua Enquirer - 7 November 1850

4076

1850

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette -  7 August 1823

4113

1823

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 13 February 1828

3986

1828

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 16 July 1825

4117

1825

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 2 May 1827

3978

1827

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 21 June 1821

4112

1821

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 21 June 1826

4119

1826

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 24 January 1829

4082

1829

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 3 August 1826

3989

1826

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 30 October 1823

4114

1823

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 4 June 1825

4115

1825

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 6 August 1825

4118

1825

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette - 9 July 1825

4116

1825

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette and Miami Farmers' General Intelligencer. New Series vol. 1 no. 44 - 13 May 1830 - newspaper not on microfilm.

4688

1830

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette and Miami Farmer's General Intelligencer  - 6 August 1830

3987

1830

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette and Register of News, Agriculture, Arts and Manufacturing - 20 Feb 1823

3988

1823

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette, 17 January 1829

5260

1829

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette, Saturday, June 28, 1834 – not on microfilm

8012

1834

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette, Wednesday, August 30, 1826 – not on microfilm

8005

1826

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette, Wednesday, May 30, 1827 – not on microfilm

8006

1827

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette. New Series vol. 4 no. 42 - 16 September 1833

4689

1833

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette. New Series vol. 4 no. 45 - 21 December 1833

4690

1833

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette. New Series vol. 5 no. 20 - 2 August 1834

4691

1834

Newspaper - Piqua Gazette. New Series vol. 5 no. 24 - 30 August 1834

4692

1834

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette; And Athenaeum of Literature, News and Politics, Saturday, April 27, 1833  – not on microfilm

8011

1833

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette; And Miami Farmers’ General Intelligencer, Saturday, October 16, 1830 – not on microfilm

8007

1830

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette; And Western Athenaeum of Literature, News And Politics, Wednesday, October 12, 1831 – not on microfilm

8008

1831

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette; And Western Athenaeum of Literature, News and Politics, Wednesday, January 25, 1832 – not on microfilm

8009

1832

Newspaper – Piqua Gazette; And Western Athenaeum of Literature, News and Politics, Wednesday, May 12, 1832 – not on microfilm

8010

1832

Newspaper –  Piqua Intelligencer, Saturday, August 15, 1840 – not on microfilm

8017

1840

Newspaper –  Piqua Intelligencer, Saturday, July 31, 1841 – not on microfilm

8019

1841

Newspaper –  Piqua Intelligencer, Saturday, September 12, 1840 – not on microfilm

8018

1840

Newspaper –  Piqua Intelligencer, Saturday, September 26, 1840 – not on microfilm

8016

1840

Newspaper - Piqua Intelligencer - 25 July 1840

4051

1840

Newspaper - Piqua Journal - 18 March 1875

4052

1875

Newspaper – Piqua Journal and Daily Dispatch, vol. 44, no. 38, March 19, 1896 – Anniversary Trade Edition [Located in Drawer 25 of Map Case]

7356

1896

Newspaper – Piqua Journal and Daily Dispatch, Volume 44, Number 38, March 19, 1896 – Anniversary Trade Edition – the Forty-Fourth Anniversary of the Piqua Journal Trade Edition.  Note: this paper is not on microfilm.

7479

1896

Newspaper - Piqua Leader- Dispatch - 25 November 1918

4080

1918

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch - 5 April 1913

4061

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, 28 March 1913 - page 1 and 2 only, laminated

4929

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 25 - 13 October 1909 - very fragile - Front page dedicated to the 1909 Harvest Festival and the unveiling of the Rowan Monument to Vice Admiral Stephen C. Rowan which was donated by J. C. Schmidlapp of Cincinnati and formerly of Piqua.

4739

1909

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 25 - 14 October 1909 - very fragile - front page story on the dedication of the Rowan Memorial.

4740

1909

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 1 April 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4818

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 2 April 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4819

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 28 March 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for  display. [1 copy located in map case]

4815

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 29 March 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4816

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 3 April 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4820

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 31 March 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4817

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 4 April 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4821

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 7 April 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4822

1913

Newspaper - Piqua Leader-Dispatch, vol. 37 - 8 April 1913 - Flood reporting - laminated for display. [1 copy located in map case]

4823

1913

Newspaper – Piqua Press-Dispatch, vol. 39, no. 28, November 18, 1921 – the Piqua Press-Dispatch was a consolidation of the following newspapers: Miami Helmet; Piqua Daily Leader; Piqua Daily Dispatch; Piqua Daily Leader-Dispatch; Piqua Daily Press; Piqua Daily Call.  The owner/business manager was C. F. Rideour.  The consolidation occurred as the Piqua Daily Call acquired by inheritance (Miami Helmet) or purchase the other newspapers.  This title was tried only briefly and then the newspaper went back to the dominant title, The Piqua Daily Call.

7691

1921

Newspaper - Piqua Register  - 16 December 1843

4058

1843

Newspaper - Piqua Register Extra- 8 March 1845 - President James K. Polk's Inaugural Address on 4 March 1845

3973

1845

Newspaper - Piqua Register, 10 December 1846 - This newspaper is NOT on microfilm - the paper is very fragile

4924

1846

Newspaper - Piqua Register, Aug. 27, 1857 (copy)

4218

1857

Newspaper – Piqua Register, volume 3, number 3 – weekly – December 16, 1843 – published by John W. Defrees – this paper is in extremely poor condition but it is not on microfilm.  This paper supported the Whig Party.

7355

1843

Newspaper - Piqua Tri-Weekly Register - 22 May 1851

4053

1851

Newspaper - Piqua Weekly - 18 May 1992

4062

1992

Newspaper - Piqua Weekly Tribune - 28 July 1883

4060

1883

Newspaper - Shelby County Classified -19 Aug 1992

4064

1992

Newspaper - Stillwater Valley Advertiser - 2 November 1988

3996

1988

Newspaper - Stillwater Valley News- Covington, Ohio - 18 July 1932

3995

1932

Newspaper – The Art Loan, Piqua, O., Saturday,
February 20, 1886.  The lead article is Picture No. 196 entitled “Grandfather’s Light” by H. J. Rollins

5664

1886

Newspaper – The Calgary Daily Herald, Calgary, Alberta, Monday, May 26, 1913 – Lead story on the death of Luther McCarty in a heavyweight championship prize fight.  Testimony of the medical examiner.

5617

1913

Newspaper – The Calgary News-Telegram Extra, Calgary, Alberta, Monday, May 26, 1913 – Lead story on the death of Luther McCarty in a heavyweight championship prize fight.  Testimony of the medical examiner.

5616

1913

Newspaper - The Cincinnati Enquirer, 15 August 1945 - "WAR ENDS AS JAPAN QUITS" - End of World War II

5256

1945

Newspaper - The Dayton Herald, 14 August 1945, Second Extra - "WAR OVER!" - End of World War II

5257

1945

Newspaper - The Evening Leader - St. Mary's, Ohio, Canal Edition - 25 February 1999

4085

1999

Newspaper - The Miami Democrat, vol. 11 no. 31 - 27 February 1875 - Newspaper NOT on microfilm

4735

1875

Newspaper - The Miami Democrat, vol. 17 no. 10 - 2 October 1880 - Newspaper NOT on microfilm

4737

1880

Newspaper - The Miami Helmet, 16 December 1897

5048

1897

Newspaper - The Miami Helmet, 20 January 1898

5046

1898

Newspaper - The Miami Helmet, 23 December 1897

5049

1897

Newspaper - The Miami Helmet,14 May 1896

5047

1896

Newspaper - The Miami Herald (Miami, Fla.), Wednesday, 29 January 1986 - Headline: "A nation Mourns" (the explosion of the space shuttle, Challenger)

4998

1986

Newspaper - The Municipal Truth, vol. 1 no. 1 - October 1931 - paper published in support of a Piqua referendum to build a power plant and gain control of electric service from Dayton Power & Light Co.  Vote on the referendum was held on 3 November 1931 and the ordinance was adopted.

4645

1931

Newspaper – The National Republican and Ohio Political Register, Cincinnati, Friday, February 13, 1824, Vol. 2, No. 117 – This early newspaper was slanted toward the Democratic-Republican Party which was the forerunner of the modern Democratic Party.

6034

1824

Newspaper – The National Republican and Ohio Political Register, Cincinnati, Tuesday, December  28, 1824, Vol. 2, No. 208 – This early newspaper was slanted toward the Democratic-Republican Party which was the forerunner of the modern Democratic Party.

6035

1824

Newspaper - The Piqua Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 3 no. 17 - 19 August 1837 [Note name change.]

4727

1837

Newspaper - The Piqua Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 3 no. 32 - 2 December 1837

4728

1837

Newspaper - The Piqua Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 3 no. 35 - 30 December 1837 - Newspaper NOT on microfilm.

4729

1837

Newspaper - The Piqua Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 3 no. 49 - 7 April 1838

4730

1838

Newspaper - The Piqua Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 4 no. 5 - 2 June 1838

4731

1838

Newspaper - The Piqua Courier and Enquirer, vol. 3 no.  11 -  8 July 1837 - this is a reprint which was done at the time of the Ohio Sesquicentennial in 1953.

4749

1837/1953

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call - 30 September 1918 - fragile - A special six page section listing the names and locations of the 5628 men between the ages of 18 and 45 from Miami County who registered on 12 September 1918 for military service.

4747

1918

Newspaper – The Piqua Daily Call 4 March 1905 Industrial Edition  – “Leading Trade Emporiums of Our Mercantile District.” Encapsulated original and copy.

5615

1905

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, 18 April 1942 - "BOMB CITY OF TOKYO" - Doolittle Raid

5255

1942

Newspaper – The Piqua Daily Call, Monday, January 29, 1951, front page.  Headline: “Capt. Don Gentile Killed in Jet Plane Crash.”

8138

1951

Newspaper – The Piqua Daily Call, Saturday, January 1, 2000 – special Millennium Edition, “A Millennium Retrospective”

6023

2000

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 134 - 26 March 1913. "Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4805

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 135 - 27 March 1913. "Second Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (5 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4806

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 136 - 28 March 1913. "Third Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4807

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 137 - 29 March 1913. "Fourth Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (1 copy) [1 copy located in map case]

4808

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 138 - 31 March 1913. "Fifth Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4809

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 139 - 1 April 1913. "Sixth Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4810

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 140 - 2 April 1913. "Seventh Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4811

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 141 - 3 April 1913. "Eighth Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4812

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 142 - 4 April 1913. "Ninth Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4813

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Call, vol. 29 no. 143 - 5 April 1913. "Tenth Flood Edition" - laminated for display. (2 copies) [1 copy located in map case]

4814

1913

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Dispatch, vol. 18 no. 97 - 11 May 1893  - Newspaper NOT on microfilm - very fragile

4738

1893

Newspaper - The Piqua Daily Leader - 25 February 1901

3971

1901

Newspaper - The Piqua Enquirer, vol. 15 no. 9 - 2 July 1863

4732

1863

Newspaper - The Piqua Journal, 24 May 1877 - not on microfilm.

5140

1877

Newspaper - The Piqua Journal, vol. 20 no. 33 - 7 January 1869

4733

1869

Newspaper - The Piqua Journal, vol. 26 no. 39 - 25 February 1875 - Newspaper NOT on microfilm

4734

1875

Newspaper - The Piqua Journal, vol. 31 no. 20 - 9 October 1879 - Newspaper NOT on microfilm

4736

1879

Newspaper – The Piqua Leader-Dispatch, volume xxv, December 26, 1906

7341

1906

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 1, Tuesday, September 23, 2014 – this newspaper is a weekly that is attempting to get a start.  Jeff Hewitt is the newspaper owner, Angie Hewitt is Business Manager, Mike Barhorst is Managing Editor, Shelley Black sand Beth Workman are Advertising Representatives, Ann Darner is Graphic Designer and Mike New is the webmaster.  Jeff Hewitt also owns the weekly Sidney Post.

6895

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 2, Tuesday, September 30, 2014 – this newspaper is a weekly.

6896

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 3, October 7, 2014 – The first four issues of this newspaper were given out free as advertising.

6987

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 4, October 14, 2014 – The first four issues of this newspaper were given out free as advertising.

6977

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 5, October 14, 2014

6988

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 6, October 28, 2014

6989

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 7, November 4, 2014  (3 copies)

6990

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 8, November 11, 2014  (2 copies)

7002

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 9, November 18, 2014  (2 copies)

7003

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 10, November 25, 2014 

7012

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 11, December 2, 2014 (2 copies)

7013

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 12, December 9, 2014 (2 copies)

7052

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 13, December 16, 2014 

7054

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 14, December 23, 2014  (2 copies)

7055

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 15, December 30, 2014  (2 copies)

7056

2014

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 16, January 6, 2015  (2 copies)

7060

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 17, January 13, 2015 (2 copies)

7095

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 18, January 20, 2015 (2 copies)

7097

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 19, January 27, 2015 (2 copies)

7126

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 20, February 3, 2015 (2 copies)

7139

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 21, February 10, 2015 (2 copies)

7140

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 22, February 17, 2015 (2 copies)

7141

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 23, February 24, 2015 (2 copies)

7142

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 24, March 3, 2015 (2 copies)

7143

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 25, March 10, 2015 (2 copies)

7144

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 26, March 17, 2015 (2 copies)

7145

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 27, March 24, 2015 (2 copies)

7146

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 28, March 31, 2015 (2 copies)

7148

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 29, April 7, 2015 (2 copies)

7165

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 30, April 14, 2015 (2 copies)

7166

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 31, April 21, 2015 (2 copies)

7167

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 32, April 28, 2015 (2 copies)

7187

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 33, May 5, 2015 (2 copies)

7193

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 34, May 12, 2015 (2 copies)

7194

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 35, May 19, 2015 (2 copies)

7208

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 36, May 26, 2015 (2 copies)

7209

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 37, June 2, 2015 (2 copies)

7210

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 38, June 9, 2015 (2 copies)

7211

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 39, June 16, 2015 (2 copies)

7234

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 40, June 23, 2015 (2 copies)

7242

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 41, June 30, 2015 (2 copies)

7244

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 42, July 7, 2015 (2 copies)

7255

2015

Newspaper – The Piqua Post, Volume 1, Issue 43, Thursday, July 16, 2015 (2 copies) This was the last issue of The Piqua Post.

7256

2015

Newspaper – The Sidney Daily News – Tuesday evening, March 25, 1913 – headline: “BIG FLOOD” in 4 inch type.

6249

1913

Newspaper - The Star (London): "The War Is Over" 21 November 1918 (World War I)

4199

1918

Newspaper – Trench and Camp, printed weekly for the Y.M.C.A. by courtesy of The Charlotte Observer, Edition for Camp Green, Charlotte, N.C., published under auspices of National War Work Council, Y.M.C.A. of the United States – Volume 1, No. 12, December 24, 1917 [This paper is in very poor condition and very delicate].

7777

1917

Newspaper - Troy Daily News, Friday, 22 November 1963 - headline:  "President Kennedy Killed"

4991

1963

Newspaper - Troy Daily News, Saturday, 23 November 1963 - Headline: "Death of a President"

4993

1963

Newspaper - Troy Daily News, Tuesday, 15 September 1964 - "Troy Celebrates its 150th Anniversary" - the paper was published in the following eight sections: [1] first section and news of the day,  [2] Troy, Its History, [3] Troy, Its Government, [4] Troy, Its People, [5] Troy, Commerce and Construction,  [6] Troy, Its Industry,  [7] Troy, Transportation and Communications,  [8] Troy, Culture-Education

4997

1964

Newspaper - Troy Daily News, Tuesday, 26 November 1963

4995

1963

Newspaper – Troy Daily News, Volume 95, Number 15, September 11, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11) [2 copies]

7086

2001

Newspaper – Troy Daily News, Volume 95, Number 16, September 12, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11) [2 copies]

7087

2001

Newspaper – Troy Daily News, Volume 95, Number 17, September 13, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7088

2001

Newspaper – Troy Daily News, Volume 95, Number 18, September 14, 2001 – Reporting on the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Arlington, VA outside Washington D.C. which occurred on September 11, 2001 (9/11)

7089

2001

Newspaper - Troy Daily News, Wednesday - 27 November 1963

4996

1963

Newspaper – Troy Tribune – volume 1, issue 8, Wednesday, April 23, 2014 – a weekly newspaper.

6881

2014

Newspaper - Utica Evening Telegraph  - 15 April 1865 - President Lincoln's Assassination

4110

1865

Newspaper - Vicksburg Daily Citizen - set up for print 2 July 1863 before the surrender to Grant and issued by his order - 4 July 1863 (Reprinted 16 April 1885 with various advertisements from Piqua businesses around the edges.

4111

1863/1885

Newspaper - West Milton Argus, vol.1 no. 3, 21 March 1879

4006

1879

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 22 - 13 August 1836 [Note: Name Change]

4713

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 23 - 20 August 1836

4714

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 25 - 3 September 1836

4715

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 27 - 17 September 1836

4716

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 29 - 1 October 1836

4717

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 32 - 22 October 1836

4718

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 33 - 29 October 1836

4719

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 35 - 12 November 1836

4720

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 42 - 7 January 1837

4721

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 43 - 18 January 1837 [Note: with this edition the paper changed from Saturday to Wednesday publication day.]

4722

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 45 - 4 February 1837

4723

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 2 no. 47 - 15 February 1837

4724

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 3 no. 2 - 6 May 1837 [Note: Paper reverted to a Saturday publication.]

4725

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and  Enquirer, vol. 3 no. 6 - 4 June 1837

4726

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and Enquirer - 13 May 1837

3992

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and Enquirer - 20 May 1837

3991

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and Enquirer - 27 May 1837

3979

1837

Newspaper - Western Courier and Enquirer - 4 June 1837

3990

1837

Newspaper – Western Courier and Enquirer, Saturday, April 2, 1836 – not on microfilm

8014

1836

Newspaper – Western Courier and Enquirer, Saturday, May 16, 1835

8013

1835

Newspaper – Western Courier and Enquirer, Saturday, May 7, 1836 – not on microfilm

8015

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 20 - 1 August 1835

4698

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 24 - 29 August 1835

4699

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 27 - 19 September 1835

4700

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 35 - 14 November 1835

4701

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 36 - 21 November 1835

4702

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 38 - 5 December 1835

4703

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 39 - 12 December 1835

4704

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 40 - 19 December 1835

4705

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 43 - 9 January 1836

4706

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 44 - 16 January 1836

4707

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 45 - 23 January 1836

4708

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 47 - 6 February 1836

4709

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 49 - 20 February 1836

4710

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 50 - 27 February 1836

4711

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 52 - 12 March 1836

4712

1836

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no. 6 - 18 April 1835

4693

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no.11 - 30 May 1835

4694

1935

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no.13 - 13 June 1835

4695

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no.14 - 20 June 1835

4696

1835

Newspaper - Western Courier and Piqua Enquirer, vol. 1 no.19 - 25 July 1835

4697

1835

Newspaper advertising page - Piqua Daily Call, September 23, 1918 page 5 - an advertisement using the memory of LIEUT. FUNDERBURG to sell Liberty Bonds

2834

1918

Newspaper hand bill advertising the Weekly Courier-Journal, published in Louisville, KY.  This was an early form of USA Today.

2956

1874

Newspaper -Piqua Register -February 8, 1815

5097

1815

Newspaper, ______ Enquirer, Thursday, January 25, 1894, "Sporting Supplement" [this section of 8 pages covers the prize fight between James J. Corbet and Charles Mitchell]

2819

1894

Newspaper, American Messenger, September 1869, published monthly by the American Tract Society

2954

1869

Newspaper, Cincinnati Daily Enquirer, Saturday, 26 September 1863 - Civil War - report on the Battles of Chickamauga and the apparent Union defeat.

2904

1863

Newspaper, Cincinnati Daily Enquirer, Thursday, 24 September 1863 - Civil War - editorial and report on Lincoln's suspension of the writ of habeas corpus.

2905

1863

Newspaper, Cincinnati Daily Enquirer, Thursday, 25 February 1864 - Civil War - editorial and article on the actions of General Banks, Union commander in Louisiana.

2906

1864

Newspaper, Cincinnati Times-Star, Friday, 30 June 1882 - account of the execution of Charles Guiteau for the assassination of President James Garfield.

2907

1882

Newspaper, Cincinnati Times-Star, Monday, March 31, 1913, front page headlines: "Flood Nearly Reaches Seventy-foot Stage, But Crest Will Pass Cincinnati on Tuesday" also "J.P. Morgan Dies In Rome"

2843

1913

Newspaper, Cincinnati Times-Star, Tuesday, 14 August 1945, Front page headline - "War's End Here As Japan Quits" in 2 3/8" letters

2908

1945

Newspaper, collection of newspaper clippings pertaining to the Johnston Farm - from the files of Leonard Hill

3139

various

Newspaper, collection of newspaper clippings pertaining to the Miami and Erie Canal - from the files of Leonard Hill

3140

various

Newspaper, Dayton Journal Extra, Monday, December 8, 1941 - front page headline: "Japs Declare War"

2838

1941

Newspaper, Dayton Sunday Journal, Magazine Section, November 21, 1920, "Customs of the Ancients Perpetuated," an article about the Forest Hill Cemetery Mausoleum

2841

1920

Newspaper, Der Piqua Correspondent, Wednesday, 23 January 1884 No. 41.  This newspaper is in German and is not on microfilm,

1979

1884

Newspaper, Die Greenville Post, Thursday, 29 August 1889 [this newspaper is in German]

2818

1889

Newspaper, Die Miami Post, Saturday, 5 November 1896.  In German, Published in Piqua, Ohio

2912

1896

Newspaper, Extra Globe, published by Blair and Rives, Monday, October 26, 1840, Washington D.C. by the publishers of The Congressional Globe

2826

1840

Newspaper, Ludington Appeal, Thursday, September 16, 1897

2820

1897

Newspaper, Marion Daily Leader (Marion, Indiana) Monday, July r, 1898, front page headline: "A Great Fourth of July - Admiral Cervera's Fleet Wholly Destroyed by Rear Admiral Sampson Sunday Morning"

2840

1898

Newspaper, Miami Valley Fifty Plus, January 1992, published by Troy Daily News - includes an article about Jim Oda and the Flesh Public Library Local History Room.

3156

1992

Newspaper, National Intelligencer, Washington, Thursday, December 11, 1862

2825

1862

Newspaper, Old Town Gazette, December 1991, produced by Alphabet House, a souvenir guide to San Diego, CA - The front page has an article about the Battle of San Pasqual and the internment of Capt. Abraham Johnston.

3152

1991

Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call "1883 - Thirtieth Anniversary - Industrial Edition - 1913" Tuesday, 28 October 1913

2966

1913

Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Second Flood Edition, Thursday, 17 March 1913

2964

1913

Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call, "October 20, 1865", pages 5-10.  The date line on this newspaper is an obvious error.  Date should probably be "1965".

2982

1965

Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call, Sesquicentennial Edition, 23 September 1938 - This celebration commemorated 150 years since the enactment of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787.

2980

1938

Newspaper, Piqua Daily Press, November 28, 1916, Headline: "Miami Conservancy District Established - Decision of Court Unchanged By Supreme Bench" - this removed the last legal obstacle to the creation of the district

2833

1916

Newspaper, Piqua Gazette, Thursday, August 21, 1823 [this newspaper is not on microfilm]

2813

1823

Newspaper, Piqua Gazette, Thursday, November 15, 1821 [this newspaper is not on Microfilm]

2810

1821

Newspaper, Piqua Gazette, Thursday, November 29, 1821 [this newspaper is not on microfilm]

2807

1821

Newspaper, Piqua Gazette, Wednesday, March 21, 1827 [also available on microfilm]

2844

1827

Newspaper, Piqua Leader-Dispatch, Friday, 4 April 1913

2970

1913

Newspaper, Piqua Press-Dispatch, vol. 1, no. 1, Monday, November 3, 1919.  This is the first issue of the consolidated Piqua Daily Press and Piqua Leader Dispatch.  This was the attempt of the 2 papers to survive against the Piqua Daily Call

2832

1919

Newspaper, Progressive News, vol. 1, no. 1, Piqua, Ohio, Friday, April 14, 1933 - The first edition

2831

1933

Newspaper, Springfield Daily News, Monday, 8 December 1941.  Headline: "WAR (3 3/4" high letters) Declared On Japan (1 1/2" high letters)"

3117

1941

Newspaper, The Champaign County Democrat, Tuesday, 31 December 1918

3120

1918

Newspaper, The Congressional Globe and Appendix for the Extra Session - this is the index to the 10th volume of the Congressional Globe, which is the first session of the 27th Congress.  Washington, 4 October 1841

2827

1841

Newspaper, The Dayton Daily News, Sunday, June 4, 1939, articles and pictures of Piqua over the years.  Headline is: "Piqua Boasts of Historical, Industrial, and Social Richness."

2842

1939

Newspaper, The Dayton Herald Tuesday, 14 August 1945. Headline: "Jap's Surrender Note Expected in U.S. Today (1 1/2" high letters)"

3118

1945

Newspaper, The Herald Extra, Dayton, Ohio 7 November 1918, front page headline - "WAR IS OVER" (IN 2 7/8" LETTERS): "Hostilities Cease at 2 p.m."  This paper reports an armistice signed at 11 o'clock a.m. - the report and headline were premature as the war did not end until 11 o'clock a.m., 11 November 1918.

2909

1918

Newspaper, The Herald: A Gazette for the Country, New York, Saturday, January 21, 1797 - reporting the debate and actions in the U.S. House of Representatives January 5th - January 15th and other news.

2809

1797

Newspaper, The Knoxville Daily Bulletin, Knoxville, Tenn., Friday, September 11, 1863

2812

1863

Newspaper, The Miami Democrat, Saturday, April 18, 1874 [this newspaper is not on microfilm]

2816

1874

Newspaper, The Miami Helmet, Thursday, January 26, 1882

2845

1882

Newspaper, The Miami Rural News, Published by the Paramount Stationers, 317 N. Wayne St., Piqua, O. vol. 1, no. 1 - April 6, 1934

2829

1934

Newspaper, The News, Covington, Ohio, Monday, 25 June 1928 vol. IV.  No. 152

2074

1928

Newspaper, The News, Second Extra, The Dayton Daily News, Monday, July 23, 1934 pages 1 - 6, Headline: "Dillinger Killed," and articles and photos of the life and criminal career of John Dillinger

2837

1934

Newspaper, The Ohio Farmer, 18 December 1915 and 25 December 1915

2983

1915

Newspaper, The Ohio Rainbow Reveille, "Official Organ 166th Infantry", May 6, 1918, dateline is "somewhere in France"

2830

1918

Newspaper, The Ohio State Journal, Friday, August 10, 1923, front page headline: "Harding's Body Rests In Father's House"

2839

1923

Newspaper, The Ohio Statesman, Columbus, Tuesday, January 17, 1843

2822

1843

Newspaper, The Ohio Statesman, Columbus, Tuesday, January 3, 1843

2821

1843

Newspaper, The Ohio Statesman, Columbus, Wednesday, April 5, 1843

2824

1843

Newspaper, The Ohio Statesman, Columbus, Wednesday, June 12, 1843

2823

1843

Newspaper, The Piqua Daily Call, 30 April 1943.  Headline "Robbins & Myers, Inc. Awarded Army-Navy 'E'".  Also includes ads for other firms which have been awarded an "E".

2936

1943

Newspaper, The Piqua Daily Call, Extra, Friday, August 3, 1923, Headline: "President Dies", articles appearing on page 1 and 2 [2 copies]

2836

1923

Newspaper, The Piqua Daily Call, Monday, July 4, 1898 - flag on the front page is printed in color - Headlines in 2 inch type, "Cervera's Fleet Destroyed"

2817

1898

Newspaper, The Piqua Daily Call, Thursday, 27 June 1889 - front page - report of the Republican state convention. Inside back page are 2 articles covering the marriage of Mr. Leo Flesh to Miss Gertrude H. Smith.

2910

1889

Newspaper, The Piqua Daily Call, Tuesday, 18 May 1954. A special edition commemorating 25 years of the commission-city manager form of city government

2903

1954

Newspaper, The Piqua Gazette, Wednesday, February 28, 1827 [also available on microfilm]

2815

1827

Newspaper, The Piqua Gazette, Wednesday, June 28, 1826 [this newspaper is not on microfilm]

2814

1826

Newspaper, The School Herald, published in the interest of the Orange township Schools, Shelby County, Ohio, vol. 1 no. 4, May 1900

2953

1900

Newspaper, The Shelby County Democrat, Friday, 4 April 1913

3119

1913

Newspaper, The Sidney Daily News, special Sesquicentennial Edition, 1953, Commerce and History

2913

1953

Newspaper, The Sidney Daily News, special Sesquicentennial Edition, 1953, Industrial and Organizations

2914

1953

Newspaper, The Sidney Daily News, special Sesquicentennial Edition, 1953, Religion, Agriculture, Education, Transportation

2915

1953

Newspaper, The Troy Chronicle, Thursday, 12 January 1888

2911

1888

Newspaper, The Troy Democrat, 16 July 1896

2957

1896

Newspaper, Troy Daily News, Friday, 20 June 1913

2965

1913

Newspaper, Ulster County Gazette, published at Kingston (Ulster County) by Samuel Freer and Son, Saturday, January 4, 1800 [this paper is an old reprint of the original - included in this file is a short article entitled "Identifying Original Ulster Gazettes."]

2808

early 20th Century

Newspaper, Weekly Register, Eaton, Ohio, Saturday, August 5, 1826

2811

1826

Newspaper, WPTW announcer vol. 1 no. 1 December 1948, "Station Observes First Anniversary"

2940

1948

Newspaper/magazine – Harper’s Weekly, 8 March 1884

5626

1884

Newspaper: Miami Democrat -Sept. 24, 1881

4874

1881

Newspapers – Operation Desert Storm – newspapers reporting the beginning of the war to liberate Kuwait and the invasion of Iraq (January 17, 1991) and the Victory over Iraq (February 28, 1991): [1] Piqua Daily Call, January 17, 1991 pages 1, 2, 3, 13 – the headline on page 1 was “WAR” in letters 3” high; [2] Dayton Daily News, February 24, 1991, pages 1, 13-A, 14-A, 15-A, 16-A, 17-A – the headline on page 1 was “INVASION” in letters 2” high; [3] Piqua Daily Call, February 28, 1991, page 1 – the headline is “Storm is over; U.S. Claims VICTORY!”  [4] Urbana Daily Citizen, February 28, 1991 – pages 1, 4 – the headline is “Victory”

8174 – large flat box

1991

Newspaper - Piqua Register, Aug. 27, 1857 (copy)

4218

1857

Newspapers – Piqua Daily Call – Fifth Flood Edition, 1 April 1913

5607

1913

Newspapers – Piqua Daily Call – First and Second Flood Editions, 26 & 27 March 1913

5597

1913

Newspapers – Piqua Daily Call – Fourth Flood Edition, 29 March 1913

5598

1913

Newsweek 50th Anniversary edition

2655

1983

Night School Poster, Central High School

1182

1930

Ninety-Fourth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry - Battle of Perryville, history and documents compiled by Terry Wright

2624

1862

Non de Script Club - photograph - note explaining the club

2124

1954      1987

Non De Script Club documents:              (A) The Non De Script News, vol. 1 no. 1 Piqua, OH, 3 March 1931 "Published Once in a Lifetime by The Non De Script Club Unincorporated"                              (B) Invitation to the Non De Script Club from the Piqua Chapter of the American Association of University Women to hear Mrs. Arletta Ahrens speak about Caribbean Cruises, Jan 11, ____,                             (C) A Tribute to Sallie Ingham Hager, June 22, 1946 written at the time of her death.

2463

1931, 1946

Nondescript Society booklets, 1915-0944

3213

1915-1944

Nondescript Society newspaper clippings

3214

1902-1952

Norman Rockwell - Norman Rockwell advertisement, “It’s Watch Inspection Time, September 6-15,” 1951 produced for the 1951 Swiss Federation of Watch Manufacturers.

4989.1

1951

North - 428 North St. - photo

2144

c.1970

North Main – photo (copy)

934

c.1895

North Main Street bridge – eight photographs of the construction and grand opening ceremony of the new North Main Street bridge – c. 1955.

8134

c. 1955

North Main Street photographs:  [1] Harvest Festival, October 28-30, 1908 – photo is looking northwest at the corner of the Orr-Flesh Building.  [2] Harvest Festival, October 28-30, 1908 – photo is looking northeast at the east side of the 400 block of North Main starting with Citizens Bank. [3] Looking north from the center of N. Main St. at the Public Square, c. 1925  [4] Looking north on N. Main from Water Street at the 200 block of N. Main, both sides, c. 1906.  [5] Looking north on N. Main from High Street at the 300 block of N. Main, both sides, c. 1906

6550

various

North Main Street Swing Bridge – photo

672

c.1900

North Manchester Foundry Stove – This foundry made a number of copies of the “Dolly Favorite” stove at sometime in the 1950’s.  They used an original “Dolly Favorite” stove for the patterns.  This file contains five photographs of a North Manchester Dolly Stove.

5959

c. 1955

North Street School

692

1916

North Street School - "At the Court of Santa Claus", An Operetta by Maude Grita Wallace, presented by North Street School, directed by Miss Imogene Luse. - program

4777

c. 1946

North Street School – 1st grade – photo

796

1894

North Street School – 6th grade – photo

794

c.1890

North Street School – 7th grade – photo

795

c.1890

North Street School - 8th grade newsletter, 1921-1922

5310

1921

North Street School – An American Folk Festival – presented by North Street School – program (3 copies)

5920

c. 1941

North Street School – Catalogue North Street School Hobby Show, 1942

5923

1942

North Street School - color photograph

3596

c. 1980

North Street School Certificate - "I Attended The Last day of Classes At North Street Elementary School" - School let out for the last time at 3:23 p.m., Friday, 5 June 1981 - certificates given to students as they left the building.

4300

1981

North Street School composite of individual student photographs of the 6th grade in 1958 with Miss Jacqueline Lange and Mrs. Burdette as teachers.

6591

c. 1958

North Street School Kindergarten Class photo 1950

6590

1950

North Street School photo of classroom

797

1896

North Wayne Manor, Inc. Brochure

803

n.d.

North Western Goat Breeders Association, monthly meeting, Fountain Park, Piqua, O. July 18, 1937 – Walter Sweet Photo – 8” x 10” black/white.

6823

1937

North, Genevieve poems published in Christmas cards

1744

1944-1964

Northwest Ordinance and U.S. Constitution Bicentennial 1787-1987 - materials from the governor and the commission on the bicentennial

2533

1986

Northwest Territory (Historical)

431

1937

Northwest Territory Celebration poster – 1798-88 – 1937-38  - poster printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office in 1937.  The poster is 18” x 24”.  Attached to the bottom of the poster is an 18” x 9” schedule of the Piqua Sesquicentennial Celebration held September 22-25, 1938. The encapsulated poster is located in drawer 13 of the map case in the Local History Room.

7053

1938

Northwest Territory Sesquicentennial Celebration Souvenir Program and History, September 1938

2610

1938

Northwest Territory Sesquicentennial Expedition 1788-1938 – The Trek of the Northwest Pioneers.

5497

1938

Norton’s Better Grade Footwear, Piqua, Ohio – Norton’s Shoe Store – “Treadeasy” Shoes” – this is a Bridge Score pad with printed on it, the Official Contract Bridge Socring Rules, effective November 1, 1932.  Under the pad are the rules for scoring Auction Bridge.

7654

c. 1933

Notes and Cards: (1) Bennett, June - overnight invitation 26 Jan. 1939 with notes written on the envelope (2) Lange, Paulina, calling card [1895], (3) Piqua Historical Society membership card issued to Richard Palsgrove Family by Bonnie K. Searles, Secretary [1977]

2594

1939, 1895, 1977

Notice for Distillers, Tobacco, Oleo Margarine Retailers, Special Taxes

1842

c. 1904

Notice of Ditch Repair hearing sent to Sarah Ellen Wampler as an affected party – June 1949

7813

1949

NRA Member sticker “We do our part” – issued c. 1935 by the National Recovery Administration to businesses who agree to abide by fair competition rules.

6264

c. 1935

NRA Member: We Do Our Part poster - Blue Eagle symbol - produced by the National Recovery Administration

4959

c. 1935

Nuclear Power Plant – color print, Piqua, OH

1353

n.d.

Nuclear Power Plant - Retirement of the Piqua Nuclear Power Facility - document from U.S. Department of Energy - 23 June 1978

2615

1978

Numismatic Scrapbook - magazine

3313

1970

Nurses, photograph of a group of 7 unidentified nurses

2784

c. 1915

Nursing School Graduates - photo

2055

pre. 1900

05-Oct-19