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NAME

SC NO.

DATE

O . HI’ . O Defined – Bicentennial Edition 1803-2003 – a 24 page booklet covering Ohio history, government and geography published by J. Kenneth Blackwell, Secretary of State of Ohio.

7213

2003

O.V.I. 55th Anniversary-menu from NCR Officer’s Club

1404

c.1912

O’Donnell & O’Donnell, Covington, OH – notebook

324

n.d.

Obama Presidential campaign posters and fliers: [1] Flier – vote for Obama 2008 – this flier is totally in Spainish; [2] 12 ½” round poster – Barack Obama/Joseph Biden, Vote November 4th – 2008; [3] Barack Obama for President, Vote for Change featuring a picture of Michelle Obama 2008; [4] Standing Together for Health Insurance Reform, the poster was issued by the Democratic National Committee for use in the 2010 Congressional elections; [5] Stand with President Obama, Commit to Vote November 2nd, 2010 – issued by Democratic National Committee for use in the 2010 Congressional elections; [6] A 12”x18” sheet of stickers urging people to Vote Nov. 4th – Obama/ Biden 2008; [7] Vote Obama/Biden Nov. 4th (large poster); [8] IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) for Obama/Biden 2008.

8170 – large flat box

2008

Oblinger-Civil War discharge, pension records, etc.

260

1864-1912

Oda, Harry

560

1963

Oda, Harry - letters and cards of congratulation on his promotion to Vice President of Citizens National Bank

2632

1965

Oda, James – election campaign poster – “Elect Oda County Commissioner” – election of 1994.

5625

1994

Oda, James - note cards for speech on the Piqua Historical Museum, given to the Piqua Rotary, Morning Optimists, and Junior Optimists

3043

1989 & 1991

Oda, James C. - photo - The Old Canal Book Shop, 323 N. Main St.

3842

1977

Ohio - “Interstate Highway:  June 30, 1962, Current Status of Ohio’s Interstate System.” Prepared by the Bureau of Public Information, Ohio Department of Highways, 1962

7261

1962

Ohio - “Old State Capitals” - published for the Ohio Statehood Sesquicentennial.

4787

1953

Ohio - 1972 Ohio License Plate

4963

1972

Ohio - A Short History of Ohio Land Grants, Joseph T. Ferguson, Auditor of State, and Raymond J. Bartholomew, Deputy State Supervisor, School and Ministerial Lands

3037

n.d.

Ohio - Know Ohio: A Souvenir of the Buckeye State, by B.A. Aughinbaugh, printed by The State of Ohio Department of Education, E. N. Dietrich, Director, 1939

3039

1939

Ohio & Eastern/Southern States (AAA)

418

1984

Ohio and Indiana Canal System - Map and profile of the Wabash and Erie Canal and the Miami and Erie Canal, 1832 - 1888

3224

1936

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly

1368

Apr-20

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly

1369

Jul-16

Ohio Assisted Living Association (OALA) - Directory of Assisted Living Residences in Ohio - 1996

3518

1996

Ohio Authors, Artist, Composers – 1960, 1965, 1982

1446

various

Ohio Bell Telephone Co. – 4 copies of Drawing

1-A Piqua, Ohio Main Office Garage and Storage Room Behind Main Office (4/17/1951)

5523

1951

Ohio Bell Telephone Co. – construction drawings for additions to the Piqua Telephone Office building at 311 N. Wayne Street.  The date on the drawings is 27 September 1946.

5573

1946

Ohio Bell Telephone Co. – Construction drawings for the remodeling of the main entrance of the telephone office at 311 N. Wayne St., Piqua (5 sheets) (9/27/1946)

5531

1946

Ohio Bell Telephone Co. – Main Office Remodeling of Main Entrance at 311 N. Wayne (6/19/1934)

5519

1934

Ohio Bell Telephone Co. – plot plan for Ohio Bell office at 311-313 N. Wayne St., Piqua.

5514

1925

Ohio Bell Telephone Co. -K. Sims, representative

4866

N.D.

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – 2 photographs of local telephone operators at the Ohio Bell Telephone Exchange at 311 N. Wayne St., Piqua –listed on the back of one of the photographs is Helen Pryfogle.

7426

c. 1958

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – 20 photographs of Long Distance telephone operators at the Ohio Bell Telephone Exchange at 311 N. Wayne St., Piqua – the following ladies are listed on the backs of the photographs: Esther Henn, Norma Cromes, Grace Grunkemeyer, Betty Klasman, Helen Pryfogle, Betty Hufford.

7425

c. 1958

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – basement, first and second floor plan – 311 N. Wayne - heating

5555

1946

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – first floor plan – 311 N. Wayne showing location of radiators

5554

c. 1946

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – Second and third floor alterations plans – 311 N. Wayne – plans dated 28 August 1950 and29 June 1953

5556

1950 & 1953

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – single sheet plans for Second Floor Alterations at 311 N. Wayne St. telephone building.  Drawn 13 Jan. 1947; revisited 27 Jan. 1949; checked 28 August 1950

5511

1950

Ohio Bell Telephone Company – two drawings:  [1] Piqua, Ohio Central Office Location and Method of Installing Fuel Oil Tanks (5/14/51)

[2] First floor alterations (1/13/49) 311 N. Wayne

5518

1949, 1951

Ohio Board of Agriculture 16th Annual Report

833

1861

Ohio booklets: The Wonderful World of Ohio (n.d.), The Heritage (n.d.)

2443

n.d.

Ohio Bottle Cap Co. letter re: Warden meeting

1608

1942

Ohio Bottle Cap Company photographs. - Two pictures of bottle cap making machinery c. 1931 when the company was located on the north west corner of College and Covington Ave.  One picture of Bernard Miller taken in 1943 by Alex Ellerman, owner of Ohio Bottle Cap Co.

5152

1931 & 1943

Ohio Bureau of Public Expenditure- Miami County & Ohio Reports

1532

1991-1999

Ohio Canal Stock

131

1840

Ohio Clues - April 1988 containing articles on 2 Ohio artists who painted American Indians, and "Why Is Ohio Called The Buckeye State?"

2699

1988

Ohio Congressmen in 1958 – photographs: Thomas Ludlow Ashley, Clarence J. Brown, John E. Henderson, Cliff Clevenger, A. D. Baumhart, Jr., Frank T. Bow, William H. Ayres, J. Harry McGregor, Frances P. Bolton, Thomas A. Jenkins, Jackson E. Betts – the photographs came from a collection put together by Sue Ann Clay of Toledo, Ohio for a Social Studies project.  A letter to Miss Clay from Congressman Thomas Ludlow Ashley is included in this folder.

5946

1958

Ohio Conservation Bulletin – magazine – seven issues: September 1957, October 1957, December 1957, January 1958, February 1958, March 1958, April 1958.

7046

1957-1958

Ohio Constitutions

1434

1939, 1951

Ohio Consumer’s Receipt for prepaid state sales tax in Ohio – four 6 cent stamps and one 2 cent stamp

7529

n.d.

Ohio Counties

400

1945

Ohio Counties, cities, towns and villages – maps of the development of Ohio counties; development of roads; chronology of settlement, 1707-1890; lists of Ohio cities and villages, 1885 and c. 1940

6240

Various

Ohio Covered Bridges Map

389

1970

Ohio Cues - published by Maumee Valley Historical Society

1946

1980 - 1989

Ohio Department of Economic and Community Development, Profit in Ohio

2613

c. 1970

Ohio Department of Highways: Official Highway Map, revised January 1965 – this map is located in Drawer 6 of the map case.

7685

1965

Ohio Department of Transportation District Seven, Sidney, Ohio – brochures, a 2003 Ohio highway map and a trash bag for automobiles given out to individuals at fairs and festivals to advertise local tourism.

6812

2003

Ohio Driver's Manual, revised

4935

1951

Ohio Eastern Star Magazines 1922 - 1941

2445

1922-1941

Ohio Equal Rights Amendment Materials

1420

1975

Ohio Farmer - July 25, 1857 (copy)

4221

1857

Ohio Farmer (The), newspaper published in Cleveland, Ohio – Volume 101, No. 16, April 17, 1902 and mailed to Elmer Millhouse, 413 W. High Street, Piqua, Ohio

6553

1902

Ohio Farmer (The) -Cleveland, 13 November 1915

3245

1915

Ohio Farmer (The), Cleveland, 1 January 1916

3249

1916

Ohio Farmer (The), Cleveland, 1 November 1919

3251

1919

Ohio Farmer (The), Cleveland, 11 December 1915

3248

1915

Ohio Farmer (The), Cleveland, 27 November 1915

3246

1915

Ohio Farmer (The), Cleveland, 4 December 1915

3247

1915

Ohio Farmer (The), Cleveland, 8 January 1916

3250

1916

Ohio Funeral Directors Association - 1926

3332

1926

Ohio General Assembly – program for “124th General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Ohio House of Representatives – Opening Day Ceremonies, Representatives Hall, Statehouse, Columbus, Ohio, January 2, 2001

6301

2001

OHIO GEOLOGY - published by Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey

1951

1999 - 2003

Ohio High School Principals Association - stationery (copy) showing Robert G. Winter, Piqua Central High School, as Secretary, Treasurer.  Original in possession of Mrs. Jean Franz

4317

c. 1960s

Ohio Highway Map – “Map of the State Highway System of Ohio, 1931.  George White, Govenor; O.W. Merrell, Director of Highways; published by State of Ohio Department of Highways, Columbus

7996

1931

Ohio Highway Map – Texaco

1370

n.d.

Ohio Historical Chronicle featuring Champaign County, Miami County, and Shelby County

3108

1978

Ohio Historical Review (The): Featuring Miami and Champaign Counties. Vol. 5, No. 3 and Vol. 6, No. 35

6239

1980

Ohio Historical Review (The): Featuring Miami and Champaign Counties volume 6, Number 35 – 1980

6809

1980

Ohio Historical Review (The): Featuring Van Wert and Auglaize Counties Vol. 2 No. 12

6238

1981

Ohio Historical Review featuring Miami and Champaign Counties

2580

1980

Ohio Historical Review Featuring Miami and Champaign Counties (The), Vol. 7 No. 24 – copyright 1980 by The Ohio Historical Review, 1051 Old Henderson Road, Columbus.  The magazine features an overview of the histories of Miami and Champaign Counties and advertising sketches of local businesses.

7638

1980

Ohio Historical Review Featuring Miami and Champaign Counties (The), Vol. 8 No. 13 – copyright 1980 by The Ohio Historical Review, 1051 Old Henderson Road, Columbus.  The magazine features an overview of the histories of Miami and Champaign Counties and advertising sketches of local businesses.

7661

n.d.

Ohio Historical Society - Piqua Historical Area - brochure

4277

n.d.

Ohio in the Northwest Territory Sesquicentennial Celebration 1937-1938 - a brochure prepared by The Federal Writers' Project Works Progress Administration in Ohio.

4761

1937

Ohio Infantry (Eleventh ) Association

2

1894

Ohio Info. Map – Gulf

253

c.1944

Ohio Land Grants, A Short History, Prepared for the Schools of Ohio by James A. Rhodes, Auditor of State

4208

c.1960

Ohio Lands, A Short History

2802

1993

Ohio Law – Baldwin’s Ohio Practice Local Government Law – Township, Thomson & West – CD – Forms, October 2008

6456

2008

Ohio Libraries magazine featuring Flesh Public Library, Piqua

2740

1990

Ohio Liquor League – Certificate of Membership

1103

c.1900

Ohio Lottery Ticket - "Commemorative Issue-Buckeye 300"

2101

1974

Ohio made Muzzle loading Rifles-Ohio’s Gun Collection Association

1555

1984

Ohio Map

307

1945

Ohio map – 1889 – very fragile

5565

1889

Ohio Marble Co. – letterhead

1079

c.1900

Ohio Marble Co., Piqua, OH-“Pearl Girl” pamphlet

255

n.d.

Ohio Marble Company

448

n.d.

Ohio Marble Company – Bill of Sale

978

1904

Ohio Memory Project book marks (12)

1794

2003

Ohio Memory Project Information and Collection Description forms:  (A) Mills Brothers Collection, (B) Piqua Nuclear Power Plant, (C) George H. Rundle Company, (D)Wyandotte Toys Railway Line, (E) Tykie Toys, (F) Atlas Underwear Manufacturing, (G) Hometown Bugle Collection, (H) Letters and communications between the Ohio Historical Society and the Flesh Public Library concerning the Ohio Memory Project

2470

2003

Ohio Military Code

135

1924

Ohio Municipal, Township and School Board Roster, 2000-2001

3236

2000

Ohio Music Education Association Solo and Ensemble Competition Award Certificate - 16 February 1963

4984

1963

Ohio National Guard 1788-1988 - an advertisement for a limited edition history.

2576

1988

Ohio National Guard assorted material

970

1930-1950

Ohio Poetry Day Booklet

1423

1941

Ohio Ponics Inc. – 1302 South Main – photo

745

1983

Ohio Population materials

1424

1960

Ohio Practical Farmer (The), newspaper from Cleveland, 1 February 1894, vol. 85 no. 5

2465

1894

Ohio Prepaid Sales Tax Consumers Receipts, these were purchased from the state by retailers in anticipation of sales.  When the customer made a purchase he was given a sufficient number and denominations of receipts to reflect the amount of sales tax that was included in the price of the item.  The receipts are generally 1 ½” x 1 3/8”: [1] 73 – 1 cent receipts; [2] 21 – 2 cent receipts; [3] 2 – small (1 3/8” x ¾”) 2 cent receipts; [4] 16 – 3 cent receipts; [5] 7 – 6 cent receipts; [6] 5 – 9 cent receipts; [7] 4 – 12 cent receipts; [8] 8 – 15 cent receipts; [9] 1 – 30 cent receipt;  [10] 6 – 60 cent.

7540

n.d.

Ohio Presidents Portraits

1419

c.1980

Ohio Ratification Celebration in recognition of the 200th Anniversary of the Ratification of the United States Constitution - an invitation from Governor Richard f. Celeste to Mr. James C. Oda

2618

1988

Ohio Road Map

412

1985-1986

Ohio Road Map

435

1931

Ohio Road Map

436

c.1948

Ohio Road Map

437

1976

Ohio Road Map – compliments of your Sunoco Dealer.  This map was produced c. 1940 when the maximum speed limit on Ohio Highways was 45 mph.  On this map the roads labeled Interstate Highways were actually the “U.S.” routes and the two interstate highways that ran through Piqua were U.S. 36 and U.S. 25 – this map is located in Drawer 6 of the map case.

7686

 

Ohio Road Map – Sohio

251

1936

Ohio Road Map (Northeastern States)

434

c.1930’s

Ohio Rural Electric Directory

1538

1985

Ohio Sales Tax Consumers Receipt – 2 cents

7784

n.d.

Ohio sales tax consumer's receipt, $0.15

2555

c. 1950

Ohio Sales Tax Stamps

1042

n.d.

Ohio Sales Tax Stamps – assorted

1319

n.d

Ohio Sales Tax Stamps: [1] 3 Ohio Prepaid Sales Tax Stamps, 12 cents each; [2] 1 Ohio Prepaid Sales Tax Stamp, 6 cents – consumer’s receipt for all taxable purchases

5684

n.d.

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio – “Primary Reading Grades Two and Three, Every Pupil Test, April, 1948” – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer, age 8, grade 3, at Washington Township School, April 2, 1948

7744

1948

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio – “Elementary Reading Grades 4, 5 and 6, Every Pupil Test” – there are two copies of this test taken at different times: [1]  December, 1948 – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer, age 9, grade 4, at Washington Township School, December 1, 1948.  [2] April. 1950 – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer age 10 ½, grade 5, at Washington Township School, March 30, 1950.

7745

1948, 1950

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio – “English Usage Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6, Every Pupil Test, April, 1948” – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer, age 8, grade 3, at Washington Township School, April 1, 1948

7746

1948

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio – “Spelling and Vocabulary Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6, Every Pupil Test, April, 1948” – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer, age 9, grade 4, at Washington Township School, December 3, 1948

7747

1948

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio – “Arithmetic Grades 5 and 6, Every Pupil Test, April, 1950” – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer, age 10 1/2 , grade 5, at Washington Township School, March 30, 1950.

7748

1950

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio – “Geography Grades 5 and 6, Every Pupil Test, April, 1950” – this test was completed in pencil by Margaret Klopfer, age 10 1/2 , grade 5, at Washington Township School, March 30, 1950.

7749

1950

Ohio Scholarship Tests, State Department of Education, Every Pupil Test, December 1956: 

[1] Primary Reading Grades Two and Three

[2] Arithmetic Grade Three

[3] Spelling and Vocabulary Grades 3 and 4

[4] English Usage Grades 3 and 4

5428

1956

Ohio School Library book front cover with "Library Rules" pasted on the back

2523

1850

Ohio Sesquicentennial Miami County wooden dimes (10 pcs.)

1336

1953

Ohio Sesquicentennial Poster

1426

1953

Ohio Sites & Roads Map

411

1933

Ohio State Board of Accountancy Examination for the Degree of Certified Public Accountant.  The exam was held in Columbus on 9, 10, 11 May 1922

6235

1922

Ohio State candidates for public office bumper stickers: [1] Mike DeWine for Attorney General 2010; [2] Kasich/Taylor 2014 (small sticker); [3] Kasich/Taylor for Ohio (Governor) 2014; [4] Agriculture for Kasich/Taylor (Governor) 2014 (burgundy sticker); [5] Agriculture for Kasich/Taylor (Governor) 2014 (green sticker); [6] Kasich Works (Governor) 2014 (small oval sticker) (2); [7] Kasich/Taylor for Ohio, A new Way, A New Day (Governor) 2010 (window decal).

8169

2010, 2014

Ohio State Fair ribbon Dayton, OH 1853

7300

1853

Ohio State Seal Sticker

1433

n.d.

Ohio State University All-American Football Book: Featuring Woody Hayes' 22 years at O.S.U., Highlights and Photographs, All Time Football Letter Winners, Records and Statistics, Box Scores 1890-1973.

3520

1973

Ohio State University Association -life member Centennial decals - 1870-1970

4879

1970

Ohio State University Homecoming Football program 21 November 1925 and two ticket stubs to the game.

5315

1925

Ohio U. S. Senators in 1958 – photographs:  Frank J. Lausche, John Bricker – from the Sue Ann Clay collection.

5947

1958

Ohio Union Ticket/Ballot (G.V. Dorsey)

19

c.1900-1923

Ohio University class schedule, 1st semester 1925-1926

5309

1926

Ohio University Football Team photograph – 1930

5724

1930

Ohio Valley History (National Geographic)

401

1985

Ohio Verse Anthology Booklet

1421

1950

Ohio Verse Anthology Booklet

1422

1948

Ohio Volunteer Infantry – (1st) Muster Roll

917

1862

Ohio Volunteer Infantry (110th) Muster Rolls (2)

918

1863

Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 110th - Company A. - Civil War - A typed copy of the roster and an alphabetical listing of the officers and men.  Included is the listing of what happened to each man, i.e. promotions, demotions, transfers, wounds, death and cause of death.

3489

n.d.

Ohio War Savings Committee – Honor Stamp Book

994

1919

Ohio Watercolor Society – 37th Annual Juried Exhibition, Watercolor Ohio 2014 – program for the exhibition which ran September 20 – October 25, 2014 and for the traveling exhibit of 33 of the paintings which were on exhibit in the Rollin Gallery of the Piqua Public Library from May 4 – May 29, 2015.

7190

2014

Ohio Watercolor Society – program for the 39th Annual Exhibition at the Riffe Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, October 27, 2016 – January 7, 2017 and for the traveling exhibit in 2017

7683

2016

Ohio Watercolor Society – Watercolor Ohio 2017, 40th Annual Exhibition program.  (2)

8050

2017

Ohio Watercolor Society – Watercolor Ohio 2017, 40th Annual Exhibition program.  This program was used to develop exhibit captions for the traveling show exhibit at Piqua Public Library, May 2018.  There are prices written in this program for the 39 works in the traveling show.

7933

2018

Ohio Watercolor Society 41st Annual Juried Exhibition catalog book containing photographs of all the entries.  The exhibition was held, September 14 – October 26, 2018, at Ursuline College’s Florence O’Donnell Wasmer Gallery.  The traveling portion of the exhibition was displayed in the Rollin Gallery of the Piqua Public Library from April 29 – June 28, 2019. (2 copies)

8143

2018

Ohio Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibit – poster advertising the exhibit at the Piqua Public Library in the Rollin Gallery on the second floor of the Library.  The exhibit was sponsored by the Piqua Public Library Friends, the Piqua Public Library and the Piqua Arts Council.  The exhibit ran from January 16 through February 2, 2013. [2 copies mounted]

6729

2013

Ohio Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibit 8 ½” x 11” flier advertising the exhibit running January 16-February 2, 2013 in the Rollin Gallery of the Piqua Public Library.

6345

2013

Ohio Watercolor Society, “Watercolor Ohio 2015” 38th Annual Exhibition, Middletown Arts Center, Middletown, Ohio, September 18-October 24, 2015 – catalog of the exhibition and the catalog accompanied the 2016 Travel Show.  41 of the paintings were exhibited in the Rollins Gallery of the Piqua Public Library in May 2016

7455

2015-16

Ohio Watercolor Society, Watercolor Ohio 2015, 38th Annual Exhibition – program (2 copies) One of the programs has copies of the exhibit tags used in the May 2016 Watercolor Society traveling exhibit in the Piqua Public Library Gallery

7480

2015-2016

Ohio Wesleyan University High School Music Festival Program, Saturday, Feb. 4, 1967 - Piqua Band, Choir, and Orchestra students participated

2458

1967

Ohio Women of History paper, Victoria Woodhull, Annie Oakley, Florence Allen, Katherine Wright, Alice Chatham

2796

1993

Ohio, March 1994 – this magazine contains two articles of local interest:  “A Saintly Sauce” about Father Angelo Caserta’s spaghetti sauce and “Along the Great Miami” about Tipp City, Troy, Piqua and Sidney

7463

1994

Ohio, Scenic and historic Roads

433

1925

Ohio/Indiana/Michigan Traction Lines

432

1920

Ohio's State Memorials, a brochure

2478

c. 1960

Old Canal Book Shop

457

n.d.

Old Canal Book Shop - James C. Oda, proprietor.  Newspaper articles and advertising

2726

1974-1977

Old Canal Book Shop Bookmark

1635

n.d.

Old Canal Book Shop, bookmarks

3122

n.d.

Old Canal Book Shop, envelope

3055

n.d.

Old Canal Bookstore Bookmark

1857

1980

Old Time Photo Album of Indian Lake, vol. 3, by Bud Grandi #780 of 2000 printed - Book produced to celebrate Indian Lake's Centennial.

4432

1998

Old Tippecanoe Business District Tour brochure produced by the Cultural Committee of Tipp Monroe Community Services, Inc.

3503

1980

Oliver A. Chenoweth, deed and mortgage - 1916-1929

2485

1916-1929

Opera House Advertising (a) Conover's Opera House, Piqua ad September 1, 1874 (b) Mays Opera House c. 1900, 1919, 1922, and 1925 with Rudolph Valentino

2529

1874, c. 1900, 1919, 1922, 1925

Operation Overload D-Day Commemorative Tower

1891

n.d.

Optimeter-booklets of "Wit & Fresh Ideas" put out by Madison Funeral Home, Piqua, Ohio

3212

1956-1972

Orange Township Public Schools, Shelby County, Ohio picnic and commencement programs:  [1] 18th Annual Picnic and 17th Commencement, May 26, 1905. [2] 20th Annual Picnic and 19th Commencement, May 31, 1907. [3] 21st Annual Picnic and 20th Commencement, May 29, 1908.  [4] 22nd Annual Picnic and 21st Annual Commencement, June 4, 1909

6530

1905-1909

Original Land Patent signed and sealed by President James Madison and by Josiah Meigs, Commissioner of the General Land Office, sold at Cincinnati to Davis Munson and William Bartha.  The land is described as the northwest quarter of Section Twenty-three of Township Two, Range Eleven between the Miami Rivers.  The patent is dated 11 June 1816.  The land today is located on the south side of Brown Township, Miami County, Ohio.  The patent is framed under glass in a 15” x 10” frame.

5663

1816

Oriole Dancing Club, Piqua - photo of an invitation to the New Year's Eve Ball, 31 Dec 1861, to be held at Border Hall

3742

1861

Orr (Horesta), Dorothy Genealogy & D.A.R. Information

340

1970’s 1980’s

Orr Felt - felt cost ledger

3340

n.d.

Orr felt & Blanket company - document by which the City of Piqua gave access to the company to land for a right of way for all public utilities.  2 November 1950.

3487

1950

Orr Felt & Blanket Program from “Raising of the American Flag”

281

1917

Orr Felt and Blanket Co. - Photographs

3390

n.d.

Orr Felt and Blanket Co. – sepia photograph of the Orr Felt power plant and smoke stack

6688

c. 1920’s

Orr Felt and Blanket Company Annual Picnic – c. 1910 – Panoramic photograph, 29” x 6 ½” b/w – The photo is rolled and located in Drawer 14 of the Map Case.

7698

c. 1910

Orr Felt Building

729

n.d.

Orr Felt Company - advertising posters for paper making felt.

5035

n.d.

Orr Felt employees - individuals identified on the back:  Billie Garbig, George Hodges, Priscilla Brown, Mary Garbig, Bessie Graham, Effie Barnhart, Evelyn Koehler, Merle Williams, Billie Hughes, Pat McDourman, Clara Clark, Sam Reinhiemer.

4234

c. 1950

Orr Felt photographs,  B&W (2)

1726

Oct-62

Orr Felt vs. City of Piqua, release form, not signed

2492

1981

Orr Flesh Building – corner Main & Ash

804

c.1910

Orr Flesh Building Photo – Kirby’s 5 & 10

843

1908

Orr Nurse’s Home- Park Ave. Photograph

1786

1979

Orr Toy and Novelty Shop – 212 N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio – two color photographs, a 3 ½” x 5” and an 8” x 10” enlargement of the first photo.  On the back of the 8” x 10” is a description of the sign on the front of the building and the Carousel on the top of the sign.  The Carousel is 70 inches tall and 72” in diameter – the horses are 9” high x 12” long. The “Toys and Hobbies” part of the sign below the carousel is 133” hiogh and 36” wide.  The total height of the sign with carousel is 16 feet 11 inches. 

7618

c. 1980

Orr, C.W. Certificates

146

1909-1926

Orr, Frances 2 framed photographs

1661

1910

Orr, Gen. William Perrine - Quartermaster on Gov. Bushnell's staff -  photographs (4) and an article on his life.

3836

n/d

Orr, W.P. – Linseed Oil Co. – letterhead

1082

c.1900

Orr-C. W. Orr & Sons Store - photo - 405-407 N. Main St.

3870

c.1905, 1983, n/d

Orr-Horesta, Dorothy-documents & photographs

1994

c. 1930

Orrmont photos – 27 total, no negatives

312

1998

Orr-Statler Hotel – Proposed restoration plans to include a Hotel of 70 rooms with retail spaces and a finished basement with room for a kitchen, museum, offices and Rathskeller.  The proposal also included connecting to upper floors of adjoining buildings to the north for a conference center.  No dates on the drawings, but probably late 1970s to early 1980s.  Designs done by Sandvick Architects Inc., Cleveland. 

5657

c. 1980s

Ostertag, Clouse, Loeffler photo

851

1940’s

Otath-he-waugh-Pe-Qua – he rises from the ashes – 3 ½” x 6” color photograph of the painting of the Shawnee creation myth.

6911

n.d.

Otath-he-waugh-Pe-Qua (he has come out from the ashes) – an advertising brochure issued by The Third Savings and Loan Company, 215 N. Wayne St., Piqua, Ohio – Inside is a 9 ½” x 6” reproduction of the original mural which is on the wall in The Third Savings and Loan Co. office on Wayne St. (later Unity Bank). Also there is an explanation of the Shawnee creation  myth and on the back is a description of the artist, Michael Chomyk, who painted the mural in 1959. (2)

7630

c. 1960

Otath-he-waugh-Pe-Qua (he has come out of the ashes) - two reproductions of the original mural in the Third Savings & Loan Co. (Unity National Bank) offices on North Wayne Street in Piqua. One is on a 1975 calendar.

5186

1975

Othath-he-waugh-Pe-Qua (he has come out from the ashes) – a brochure produced by The Third Savings and Loan, Inc. (later Unity Bank) of the mural in their office.  The mural depicts the Indian creation legend from which Piqua gets its name.

5764

n.d.

Otte – photograph

1241

c.1900

Otte’s, Miss  – class picture

1136

1943

Outstanding Facts relating to Piqua, Ohio – a pamphlet produced to advertise the City of Piqua – printed c. 1937

7974

c. 1937

OVERFIELD CENTINEL (THE) - The Overfield Tavern Museum Newsletter

1962

1995 - 1998

Overfield Tavern, printed by The Historical Society of Troy

4219

n.d.

05-Oct-19