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NAME

SC NO.

DATE

S&H Green Stamps – 20 stamps found in the Piqua Baptist Collection (MS-270)

8136

n.d.

Saalfield Publishing Company. Akron, Ohio – Children’s activity book cover entitled Friendly Animals.  The cover shows a barn yard with two horses; a little girl sitting on the back of one of the horses while a little boy feeds the horse from his hat.  The artist/illustrator of the cover is C. M. Burd and the book was published in 1928.

7252

1928

Sachs Restaurant photograph – 111 West High – John and Maggie Sachs standing in the door

6079

c. 1889

Saine, Brandon – 8 x 10 color photograph of Brandon Saine in his Ohio State football uniform carrying the ball against Arkansas.

5981

c. 2009

Saint Marys Story (The): 1823-1973 by Frank B. Shuffelton – published to commemorate the 150th anniversary of St. Marys, Ohio.

6127

1973

Sales Journal for a general store in Fletcher for the period 10 September 1846 to 24 October 1846.  This is only part of a large journal.  The material in this collection includes pages 439 to 483.  There is no information about the store owner but a great deal of information including the names of the customers and the items they purchased and the prices of these items.  This journal was accessioned into Flesh Public Library in 1988

2514

1846

Salvation Army - Floor plans for basement, first and second floors of a building at the northeast corner of Wayne and Wood Streets

4303

n.d.

Salvation Army - Women's Auxiliary - Country Store Project

2342

1960-1966

Salvation Army "Country Store" - photos (2): [1] Mrs. A. W. French & Scott Garbry [2] Mrs. Minabelle Hutchins, Ruth N???, Mrs. A. W. French, Mrs. William Lilley

3773

n/d

Salvation Army 2009 Civic Dinner - Monday, October 19, 2009, Fort Piqua Banquet Room - program

5135

2009

Salvation Army Building – photo

789

c.1980

Salvation Army building expansion and capital campaign materials

2789

1988

Salvation Army certificate

1636

2001

Salvation Army Collection on the Square – photo

740

c.1960

Salvation Army, Piqua programs (2)

1455

1984

Salvation Army: History in Piqua, 1901-77

4365

1901-77

Samuel & Martha Barnhart family papers found in the Barnhart family Bible (SC-5233): [1] Book mark celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the Covington Christian Church in 1927.  [2] Sympathy card which probably accompanied flowers.  [3] Resolutions of Respect In Memory of S.S. Barnhart, issued by the Stillwater lodge, No. 233, Knights of Pythias.  [4] Receipt for a vault grave for S.S. Barnhart paid by Martha Barnhart to George Hollopeter, 30 January 1930.  [5] Receipt for furnishings and services for burial of Samuel S. Barnhart  issued by Geo. W. Miller, Mortician and Furniture.  [6] Receipt for a vault grave for Martha Barnhart issued by George Hollopeter, 2 March 1932.  [7] Green book mark with "Grandma Barnhart" written on the back in a child's handwriting.

5235

1930 & 1932

San Francisco earthquake and fire -  The Evening Bee, Sacramento, Cal., Wednesday, April 18 1906 - Headline: "35,000 Homes are Wrecked and 150,000 People are Homeless"

2687

1906

San Francisco View Book - 30 pages of photos of San Francisco in 1903 - These are photos prior to the Great San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 which destroyed much of the city

4270

c. 1903

Sanitary Milk Company

473

n.d.

Sank’s Hotel

603

n.d.

Sansam photos – tour itinerary

961

c.1960

Sansam photos, snapshots, interiors

959

c.1920

Sargeant, Robert - photo

4252

1977

Sarver, Albert – photo of 3 men standing next to motor bicycles, the middle person is Albert Sarver – 2 post card photographs by Middleswart Studio, Piqua

5754

c. 1910

Sarver, Cleo – The Holy Bible given to Cleo Sarver by “Mom and Dad” – inside is a Sunday School registry form.

7177

1895

Sarver, Ines – Certificate of Promotion to the High School given to Ines Sarver on 8 June 1922.

7176

1922

Sarver, Ines – Diploma issued by the Ohio Pupils Reading Circle for having completed the Four Years’ Course of Reading prescribed for the Pupils of the Public Schools of the State by the Board of Control of the Ohio Teachers Reading Circle – there are five seals on the diploma representing at least eight years participation in the Reading Circle.  No date on the diploma.  Also a certificate for the completion of the sixth year of the course dated May 20, 1920

7173

1920 &       c. 1926

Sarver, Ines – Transcript of grades for four years at Piqua High School for Ines Sarver – it was given to her with her diploma.

7175

1926

Sarver, Ines Lucile – Piqua High School Diploma issued to Ines Lucile Sarver for completion of the Commercial Course – dated 10 June 1926 – also the diploma sleeve with the name Ines L. Sarver typed on it.

7174

1926

Sarver, Inez (Ines) – Promotion Certificate given to Ines Sarver for promotion from the Junior Department to the Intermediate Department of The First Christian Sunday School, October 3, 1920

7178

1920

Sarver, P. F. – The Nation’s Home Songs, Chicago: W. W. Kimball Co. – booklet containing 11 songs was sold by P. F. Sarver, Dealer in Pianos and Organs – all kinds of Musical Merchandise.  126 Ash St. Piqua, Ohio.

5962

c. 1898

Sarver, P.F. Sarver Music catalog Century Edition

2539

1906

Sarver; Crampton Family Reunion at 305 Staunton – individuals in the photo are identified on the back.

7170

c. 1910

Sarver-Crampton family photograph – names listed on the back – c. 1900

5753

c. 1900

Saturday Evening Post

1914

1905

Saturday Evening Post Magazine

1675

1944

Saum, Joe Jr. – scrapbook containing five interior and exterior photographs of the Joe Saum Grocery at 531 N. Main St., Piqua,  The scrapbook, in addition to the pictures, contains grocery sale ads from the Piqua Daily Call for the Joe Saum Grocery from the years 1946 and 1947.  Copies of the photographs are included in this folder.

8038

1946-1947

Sawdust & Cinders by tom L. Hunter

622

1933

Sawdust and Cinders By Hunter, Tom L.

1397

1933

Sawdust and Cinders by Tom L. Hunter, Piqua, OH

365

1933

Saxhour, George - Arbitration agreement between Piqua Hydraulic Co. and George Saxhour listing the arbitrators - 23 March 1871

2677

1871

Saxhour, George - Land Contract for Hydraulic Canal

2676

1870

Saylor Family – George Saylor, Anna, Chalis, Paul, Mary, Grace, Rudolph and Emma Saylor – Cabinet photo taken by W. H. F. Heath, Bradford, OH – c. 1890

6564

c. 1890

Saylor, Laura B. and George M. Saylor as a child.  Ambrotype photograph. c. 1870

6558

c. 1870

Saylor, Rebecca – daguerreotype photograph mounted in a wooden hinged protective box frame.  The photo is c. 1850. – She is the wife of Samuel Saylor and the grandmother of Wilbur R. Saylor.

6557

c. 1850

Saylor, Samuel – daguerreotype photograph mounted in a wooden hinged protective box frame.   The photo is c. 1850 – He is the grandfather of Wilbur R. Saylor.

6556

c. 1850

Scarbrough, John - ticket for a 6 course gourmet dinner for the benefit of "Meals on Wheels of Piqua, Inc."

2622

1984

Schafferling, Theresa & Anna – photo

808

c.1880

Schemmel’s Service Station, 655 N. Main Street – gasoline station c. 1946 – 5 x 7 ½ black/white

6539

c. 1946

Schilling's Radio Service: 206 S. Roosevelt (Fred Bussard - owner)

4342

c.1946

Schine’s Miami Theater program – “Page The Prince” sponsored by the Knights of Columbus – April 19-20, 1939(?)

5911

c. 1939

Schine’s Miami Theatre

464

n.d.

Schine’s Miami Theatre, present Marion F. Rhoades' Revue of Revues, 2 & 3 January 1934, program

2669

1934

Schine’s Piqua Theatre – advertising napkin announcing the coming of the movie “Too Hot to Handle” with Clark Gable, Myrna Loy, Walter Pidgeon and Leo Carrillo.  The film was to be shown for three days beginning on October 16, 1938.

7246

1938

Schine’s Piqua Theatre – advertising posters which hung on the windows of Schine’s Piqua Theater, April 10-12, 1936, advertising “Mae West in “Klondike Annie” with Victor McLaglen.  The poster is in three pieces on large pieces of pink paper and printed in red, green and blue ink.  Included in the folder is a print-out of a description of the movie from Wikipedia and two copies of newspaper advertising that appeared in the Piqua Daily Call on April 10 & 11, 1936.

7245

1936

Schine’s Piqua Theatre- Knute Rockne movie card

1511

1940

Schlanzer / Schnorr Wedding Party Photograph - 26 October 1937 - St. Mary's Church

2373

1937

Schlanzer, Irene / Schnorr, Carl L. - Scrapbook covering their engagement, showers, parties, wedding, reception, and social events of their first years of marriage - 19 September 1937 through 1940

2372

1937 - 1940

Schmeizl, Ernestine Adkins - sister of Jean Adkins Franz - copy of an article on the photographic section at the Aberdeen Proving Ground - the article appeared in the "Groundhog" (base newspaper).

4392

c. 1945

Schmidlapp - photographs of the cemetery monument marking the grave of Jacob Adam Schmidlapp in Cincinnati - photos taken by Jim and Kathy Oda

3431

n.d.

Schmidlapp Free School Library –509 N. main Street, transparencies of interior

1516

c.1920

Schmidlapp Free School Library: [1] building as a museum in the 1990’s – exterior; [2] building as the Schmidlapp Free School Library (post card) in the 1920’s – exterior; [3] Reading room inside the front entrance of the Schmidlapp Library – interior, c. 1890’s

7400

various

Schmidlapp, Jacob A. Documents:  [1] Naturalization of Jacob Schmidlapp, born in Wurtemberg on 12 February 1812.  The naturalization took place in Miami County Court of Common Pleas on 18 November 1833.  [2] A certified copy of the Last Will and Testament of J. A. Schmidlapp, deceased.  Will is dated 1 August 1873.  The Will was probated on 9 August 1876.

165

1833 & 1873

Schmidlapp, Jacob G. Laureate Induction 1999 Greater Cincinnati Hall of Fame – VHS tape

1328

1999

Schmidlapp/ Piqua Board of Education transcripts of agreements

1562

1880-1916

Schmidlapp--copy of transfer of 5 shares of capital stock of Piqua National Bank to Piqua Board of Education for the benefit of the Schmidlapp Free School Library

4824

1905

Schmidt, Emma - certificate: promotion to High School, 1914

2361

1914

Schmidt, Lillian M. - certificates: promotion to High School, 1916

2358

1916

Schmidt, Louie - certificate: promotion to High School, 1912

2359

1912

Schneider – photograph of the Schneider monument at Forest Hill Cemetery – on the back of the photo is written, “Grandma Zink’s Aunt & Uncle, Piqua, Ohio 1988

6132

1988

Schneider’s Brewery – photos (2)

773

c.1890

Schnell Brothers Saloon – file is missing

445

1902

Schnell Brothers Sample Room – business card

1078

c.1900

Schnell Land Deeds (Lot #615 on S. Main St.)

10

1855-1900

Schnell, Mathias German genealogy book

1770

2003

Schnell, Paul A. Photograph of grove marker Flanders Field- Belgium

1782

2003

Schnell, Wendelin & Kelly, Michael - deeds (3) - 721 Main St., 360-362 Ellerman St.

2286

1861 - 1888

Schnell-Westfall American Legion Post 184 Centennial Celebration 1919-2019 program book.

8177

2019

School Administrators and black Chevrolet panel truck – 8 x 10 b/w photograph of 3 men and 1 woman in front of a school with the truck on the sidewalk – the truck is apparently new.  People are not identified and the location is not determined, possibly Miami County, Ohio.

7338

c. 1950

School children class photos (15) “ungraded class”

915

1919

School Records-1900-1911-Hazel  B. Kunkel, teacher: list of names-pupils & schools

3215

1900-1911

Schools, Piqua City, Ohio:  Misc.

25

1924-1981

Schroerluke

567

n.d.

Schroerluke, H. H. Cigar Manufacturing No. 27 112 W. High St.-Photograph

1977

c. 1890

Schroerluke, H.H., Cigar Manufacturer and sales - 112 W. High St.

3580

c. 1885

Schrubb’s Camera Shop – letter from James F. Schrubb and Paul A. Schrubb announcing the closing of their camera shop on 1 August 1995 after 62 years in business.  Also, two paper photo bags from Schrubb’s Camera Shop.

5441

1995

Schrubb’s Camera Shop, 427 N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio – photo envelope

5490

c. 1955

Schrubb’s Camera Shop, 427 N. Main, Piqua – photo processing envelope

6662

1980

Schrubb’s Camera Shop, negative envelope, 120 W. Ash St. Bijou Theatre Building

1308

1938

Schrubb’s Camera Shoppe, 120 W. Ash St., Piqua, Ohio – 5 photograph envelopes, c. 1941

7205

c. 1941

Schultz (Schulz) – Baptismal Certificate for the baptism of Emma Ursilla Schulz at St. Pauls Church in Piqua, Ohio. The certificate is in German and reads as follows:  BAPTISM, Mr. Christian Schultz (Schulz) from Oberschasshausen Baden, wife Anna Katherine Stein from Oberschasshausen Baden, born 22nd November 1868 in Piqua, Miami C., Ohio a daughter, 25th April 1869 The Holy Baptism received the name Emma Ursilla.  Witnesses were Johannes Stein and Ursilla Stein.  Pastor was J. E. W. Allardt of St. Paulus Church, Piqua.  The Certificate is dated 26 April 1869.

6584

1869

Schumacher – Martha Schumacher / Mrs. Dino De Laurentiis – movie producer – four glossy photographs and a letter from her assistant confirming her appearance at the 1987 Piqua Education Foundation Banquet.

7611

1987

Schumacher, Martha - Movie handbill for the film "Firestarter" in which Martha Schumacher was Associate Producer.  This is a copy from the Clemens estate - original is in the possession of Mrs. Jean Franz.  Martha Schumacher is the wife of Dino De Laurentis who was the producer of "Firestarter".

4319

n.d.

Scioto sheet music – pub. By W.G. Stockham, Piqua, OH

1192

1924

Scobey & Retters Livery Barn – photo

837

c.1900

Scott Scrapbook of Business Cards (U.S.A.)

47

1885

Scott’s Inn – article about Scott’s Inn in Piqua being the first motel in Ohio to offer Touch-Tone phoning – article is in The Ohio Bell Voice, March 1965

5800

1965

Scrapbook materials found in Mrs. Lester Spencer's book (SC#-2938): [A] Dettmer Hospital Booklet, published to aid in the passage of a hospital tax levy at a special election on 9 September 1941.  Included are extracts from the "Will of Jacob Gearhard Dettmer.  [B] Lester Spencer photograph. [C] Soldiers of Production, address by John M. Spencer, President of Hobart Manufacturing on 28 February 1942. [D] Reprint of broadcasts of Boake Carter on the "Philco Radio Time", Columbia Broadcasting System, 20-21 January 1936 - on the death of King George V of Great Britain. 

2939

1935-1942

Scrapbook of clippings from generally the 1890s on local events.  The compiler of the book is not identified.

2941

c. 1980s

Scrapbook of local news clippings - internal evidence suggests this to be the work of Mrs. W.O. Bumgardner

2924

c. 1930-c. 1980

Scrapbook of the development of the Piqua Historical Area and the Johnston Farm complex.  Compiled by Mrs. Charles Hormell.  Included is a part of The Piqua Daily Call, Saturday, 2 September 1972, with a lead headline and article on the dedication of the Johnston Farm and Canal Boat.

2925

c. 1980

Scrapbook, compiled by Mrs. Lester Spencer of events local, national, and world, 1935-42.  Includes obituaries of prominent local citizens who died during the period covered.

2938

1935-1942

Scrapbook, Fessler, DeWeese, Davis

2942

1920s-1930s

Scraps of the Season: Recess Quick Step by Johan Goote, published by A.C. Peters & Bro., Cincinnati, copyright 1865 – arranged for Piano and Posthorn.

6232

1865

Scribner’s enlarged Lumber and Log Book, 1913 by J. M. Scribner, A.M. – Original owner of the book was Henry Treon o  Versailles, Ohio

6082

1913

Scrub-A-Dub Matching Coin: 10th & Hoyt, Muncie, Ind.

3309

n.d.

Scudder Gym Shirts – advertising sheet for Scudder Textile Co., Piqua, Ohio – c. 1930

5916

c. 1930

Scudder Street Deeds (Lot #3928)

30

1909, 1913

Scudder Textile Company, Piqua, Ohio - advertising letter

4459

n.d.

Sears Catalog “The Bargain Counter”

318

1918’s

Sears Roebuck Photography Instruction Book by F.M. Needham – and a series of glass negatives

1936

c. 1907

Seaton Printing Company, South Wayne at Young, Piqua, Ohio – Distinctive Printing Since 1912 – notepad

5374

n.d.

Secoy, Dr. Charles W. - letter to DeWeese Law Offices - 19 June, 1943

2350

1943

Security Cartage Co. - notepaper

3696

n/d

Seidel Communications Business Materials

1634

1970

Selective Service - Official Business envelopes sent to Richard Carroll Miller, 20 December 1943 and 22 June 1944.  Envelopes are empty.

5251

1943 & 1944

Semi-Monthly Magazine Section (The) of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, cover – art work on the cover is a girl in a big straw hat tied with a blue bow and is by Penrhyn Stanlaws.  – July 14, 1912

4989.5

1912

Sentry Pass - issued to Charles Oblinger during the Great Miami River Flood of 1913 (1913 Flood)

4932

1913

September 2011 From Tragedy to Triumph – A special publication of the I-75 Newspaper Group of Ohio Community Media – a commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001.

5886

2011

Servicemen’s Rights and Benefits: a Handy Guide for Veterans of the Armed Forces and Their Dependents – 78th Congress, 2nd Session, United States Government Printing Office, Washington: 1944.  This booklet was printed and widely distributed to explain all of the benefits of what became commonly known as “The G.I. Bill” or “G.I. Bill of Rights.”

6668

1944

Sesquicentennial  1953; Ohio history booklet

2433

1953

Sesquicentennial Celebration Program

1472

1946

Sesquicentennial Celebration Program, August 4-8, 1946 - NOTE: the booklet is a great source of Piqua photos from 1946.

3555

1946

Sesquicentennial Celebration, 1946, Piqua Ohio, 4-8 August 1946 - Celebrating 150 years since Job Gard came to the abandoned Fort Piqua and lived in it - 1796. Three Souvenir booklets.

2972

1946

Sesquicentennial Commemorative Envelopes

971

1938

Sesquicentennial Northwest Territory Expedition 1788-1938 – “The Trek of the Northwest Pioneers” – This booklet records the recreated expedition of the trek of the original pioneers from Massachusetts to settle the Northwest Territory.  Inside are photographs of the recreated trek and the individuals who were involved.

7755

1938

Sesquicentennial of the Northwest Territory - 1938 (Piqua) – wooden nickels 15 pcs.

1327

1938

Sesquicentennial of the Northwest Territory – 4 blank envelopes – 1938

7127

1938

Sesquicentennial of the Northwest Territory, 1938 – two photographs of parade floats in the parade taken by Nolan’s Studio, Piqua, O. 1938

6776

1938

Sesquicentennial Parade - 1938 - Ten photographs of a canal boat float, "The Clarion" pulled by mules in the parade.  Also a photograph of a cruise/party boat, Geo. W. Maley, at a dock, possible on Indian Lake. C. 1945.  These photos were donated by Ms. Phyllis McVety.

4423

1938

Sesquicentennial Parade, Piqua Photos (21)

832

1938

Sesquicentennial Programs (3), Piqua and Northwest Territory

1473

1938

Sesquicentennial souvenir program, September 1938 – commemorating the Ordinance of 1787 and the trek to the Northwest Territory (2 copies)

7514

1938

Sesquicentennial, Piqua Woodcraft envelopes

1402

1946

Seventh Annual Show and Shine, Piqua Street-Rod Association, Auto show at the Miami County Fairgrounds, June 6, 1982

2474

1982

Sewage Treatment Plant Brochure – City of Piqua

1267

c.1960

Shade – J. A. Shade Lumber Co., Piqua, Ohio – Lumberman’s Millwork Guide: Schedule No. 56.  A catalog of doors, windows and all types of interior and exterior moldings.  The catalog is dated February 11, 1928

8117

1928

Shade - J.A. Shade Lumber Co. Appraisal Reports for 1949; 1950 or 1951; 1952.  The 1952 report includes Centennial Lanes.

4320

1949-1952

Shaker town at Pleasant Hill:  The Meeting House at Harrodsburg, Kentucky

4643

N.D.

Shakespeare Players (The) production at Piqua High School poster

1181

n.d.

Shawnee Bridge - East Main St. Bridge demolition - nine photographs taken by Gary Meek 16 May 2005 - The children in the photos are Drake and Danielle Widney, children of Dane and Dawn Widney

3604

2005

Shawnee Bridge - East Main St. Bridge demolition photos taken by James C. Oda, 29 May 2005 - Photos 1-14 are taken from the west side of the river.  Photos 15-24 are taken from the Loop Bridge (old railroad bridge) looking south.

3607

2005

Shawnee Bridge - East Main St. Bridge demolition photos taken by James C. Oda, c. 5 June 2005.  Photos were taken from the west side of the river.  The lady in the photos is Mrs. Catherine Oda.

3608

2005

Shawnee Bridge - East Main Street Bridge demolition photos taken by James C. Oda on 15 May 2005 - 25 photographs of the demolition - photos 1-16 are taken from the west side of the river.  The lady in photo 13 is Mrs. Catherine Oda.  Photos 17-25 are taken from the east side of the river.

3605

2005

Shawnee Bridge - East Main Street Bridge demolition photos taken by James C. Oda on 22 May 2005 -  photos 1-6 are taken from the Loop Bridge (old railroad bridge) looking south.  Photos 7-15 are taken from the west side of the river.  Photos 16-21 are taken from the east side.

3606

2005

Shawnee Bridge Dedication Ceremony program – September 1, 2006

7440

2006

Shawnee Bridge (Piqua) Dedication Ceremony Program - September 1, 2006 (7 copies)

4395

2006

Shawnee Improvement Association various correspondence and ledgers

1203

1921-1925

Shawnee School Reflections on the Raising of Old Shawnee School by Dick Hennessey

1970

c. 1960's

Shawnee Times – Katafiasz, Angela Renee – Girl Scout Project

1355

1999

Sh-Boom – 11” x 14” color portrait of the group taken in an old west setting and costumes – Pat Jacomet of Piqua is at the center top.  The photo is probably c. 1995

6888

1995

Sh-Boom – 12 ½” x 14 ¼” felt proof sheets for printing on T-shirts.  [1] the group logo, [2] caricatures of the four original members of the group – Greg, Tom, Tom, Greg before one of the Greg’s dropped out and Pat Jacomet joined the group. (2 sheets) – Also a piece of Sh-Boom stationery with a section of the top cut out.  The address shown is 528 Carters Grove Road, Centerville, Ohio 45459.

6886

c. 1989

Sh-Boom – 12” x 15 ½” black ink caricature of the group which included Pat Jacomet – the drawing was done by John Morris in 1991.

6887

1991

Sh-Boom – mylar plastic print logo’s for and other advertising for use in printing t-shirts, stationery, and other items.  Sh-Boom was a male quartet in the 1980’s and ‘90’s who performed a Rock-N-Roll Oldies Show featuring music from the 1950’s and ‘60’s.  The group was based in Centerville, OH and included Pat Jacomet from Piqua, Ohio (8 sheets)

6885

c. 1990

SH-Boom audio tapes (2)

1711

1990-1991

Sheepskin Community Club Program

1492

1981

Sheepskin Community Club Programs: 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37, 1939-40.

3097

1932-1940

Sheepskin Community Club Programs: 1940-41, 1942-43, 1944-45, 1945-46, 1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50.

3098

1940-1950

Sheepskin Community Club Programs: 1951-1952, 1953-1954, 1954-1955, 1956-1957, 1957-1958, 1958-1959, 1959-1960.

3099

1951-1960

Sheepskin Community Club Programs: 1960-61, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1969-70, 1971-72, 1972-73.

3100

1960-1973

Sheepskin Community Club: Ditto Masters for a history booklet of the club; extra copies of the pages; a rough draft of the booklet; and a copy of the completed booklet.

3096

n.d.

Sheet Music - "A Call to All: Liberty Loan Campaign March" by Leon Berg

4952

1918

Sheet Music - "By the Watermelon Vine Lindy Lou" by Thos. S. Allen

4955

1904

Sheet Music - "Cab Driver" - recorded by the Mills Brothers on Dot Records

4951

1963

Sheet Music - "Fair and Warmer" from the motion picture "20 Million Sweethearts" - sung by the Mills Brothers

4950

1934

Sheet Music - "The Midnight Fire Alarm: March and Two Step" by Harry J. Lincoln

4953

1900

Sheet Music - "The Stars and Stripes Shall Never Trail the Dust" by J.E. McGirt

4954

1917

Sheet music – Mills Brothers (Jo Childers donation): [1] “Too Many Irons in the Fire,” Johnny S. Black, © 1933. [2] “Don’t Be A Baby, Baby,” Buddy Kaye & Howard Steiner, © 1946.

7930

1933, 1946

Sheet music 1907-1919 (Gail Brandewie donation): [1] “Anchors Aweigh,” Capt. Alfred H. Miles & Chas. A. Zimmermann, © 1907.  [2] “When I Lost You,” Irving Berlin, © 1912.  [3] “Memories,” Gustave Kahan & Egbert Van Alstyne, © 1915.  [4] :Good-Bye, Good Luck, God Bless You,” J. Keirn Brennan & Ernest R. Ball, © 1916.  [5] “Souvenir” (for Violin and Piano), Franz Drdla, No. 1832, © 1916.  [6] “I Saw My Mother Smiling,” Bruce Wilson & Forrest Young, © 1919.  [7] “Somebody’s Waiting For Someone,” Andrew B. Sterling & Harry Von Tilzer, © 1919.  [8] “Without You,” Charles A. Gifford & George Bagnall, © 1919.

7923

1907-1919

Sheet music 1920-1929 (Gail Brandewie donation): [1] “The Japanese Sandman,” Raymond B. Egan & Richard A. Whiting, © 1920.  [2] “When the World Was A Garden of Love,” Harold Simpson, Evelyn Sharpe, ©1921. [3] “Second Hand Rose,” Grant Clarke, James F. Hanley, © 1921. [4] “Fluttering Leaves” Op. 147, No. 3, Carl Kolling, © 1922. [5] “The Galloping Huntsman,” from “Three Bits O’ Sunshine,” Dorothy Gaynor Blake, © 1923.  [6] “My Little Island Home,” Charles Roff & H. E. Baden, © 1923. [7] “I’ll See You In My Dreams,” Gus Kahn & Isham Jones, © 1924.  [8] “Indian Love Call,” Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II & Rudolf Friml, © 1924. [9] “Tumble-weed,” Paul Bliss, © 1925. [10] “The Gang That Sang ‘Heart of My Heart,’” Ben Ryan, © 1926. [11] “The Rose of Memory Lane,” Michael Murray & Westell Gordon, © 1927. [12] “Long Ago,” Leslie Elliott, © 1927. [13] “Carolina Moon,” Benny Davis & Joe Burke, © 1928. [14] “When the Organ Played At Twilight,: Raymond Wallace, Jimmy Campbell & Reg. Connelly, © 1929. [15] “With a Song in My Heart,” Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers, © 1929.

7924

1920-1929

Sheet music 1930-1934 (Gail Brandewie donation): [1] “With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair,” Jack Lawrence & Clara Edwards, © 1930. [2] “Love Letters In The Sand,” Charles Kenny, Nick Kenny & J. Fred Coots, © 1931. [3] “Just Friends,” Sam M. Lewis & John Klenner, © 1931. [4] “A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet,” Gus Kahn & Harry Woods, © 1932. [5] “Clouds,” Ernest Charles, © 1932. [6] “Have You Ever Been Lonely?” George Brown & Peter DeRose, © 1933. [7] “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,” Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern, © 1933. [8] “Winter Wonderland,” Dick Smith & Felix Bernard, © 1934

7925

1930-1934

Sheet music 1935-1938 (Gail Brandewie donation): [1] “A Bicycle Built For Two,” Harry Dacre, © 1935. [2] “These Foolish Things,” Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey & Harry Link, © 1935. [3] In a Little Gypsy Tea Room,” Edgar Leslie & Joe Burke, © 1935. [4] “In the Chapel In The Moonlight,” Billy Hill, © 1936. [5] “Me and the Moon,” Walter Hirsch & Lou Handman, © 1936. [6] “Pennies From Heaven,” John Burke & Arthur Johnston, © 1936. [7] “In the Still of the Night,” Cole Porter, © 1937. [8] “That Old Feeling,” Lew Brown & Sammy Fain, © 1937. [9] “September Song,” Maxwell Anderson & Kurt Weill, © 1938. [10] “I’ll Be Seeing You,” Irving Kahal & Sammy Fain, © 1938 (2 copies).

7926

1935-1938

Sheet music 1940-1949 (Gail Brandewie

donation): [1] “Blueberry Hill,” Al Lewis, Larry

Stock & Vincent Rose, © 1940. [2] “Ave Maria,” Franz Schubert, © 1942. [3] “Dream,” Johnny Mercer, © 1944. [4] “I’ll Walk Alone,” Sammy Cahn & Jule Styne, © 1944. [5] “Seems Like Old Times,” Carmen Lombardo & John Jacob Loeb, 1946. [6] “Twilight Time,” Buck Ram, Morty Nevins, Al Nevins & Artie Dunn, 1948. [7] “The Huckle-Buck,” Roy Alfred, Andy Gibson, 1949. [8] “Some Enchanted Evening,” Oscar Hammerstein II & Richard Rodgers, 1949.

7927

1940-1949

Sheet music 1953-1958 (Gail Brandewie donation): [1] “Changing Partners,” Joe Barion & Larry Coleman, ©1953. [2] “Young at Heart,” Carolyn Leigh & Johnny Richards, © 1954. [3] “He,” Richard Mullan & Jack Richards, © 1954. [4] “Moments to Remember,” Al Stillman & Robert Allen, © 1955. [5] “Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera),” Jay Livingston & Ray Evans, © 1955. [6] “The River Kwai March,” Malcolm Arnold, © 1957. [7] “Until Then,” Stuart Hamblen, © 1958.

7928

1953-1958

Sheet music 1960-1961 (Gail Brandewie donation): [1] “Exodus (Main Theme),” Ernest Gold, © 1960. [2] “Moon River,” Henry Mancini, © 1961.

7929

1960-1961

Sheet music without copyright date: [1] “Morning Prayer”, L. Streabbog, Op. 130 No. 1, Century Music Publishing Company, New York.  [2] “Whispering Hope,” Alice Hawthorne, Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. [3] “Out on the Deep,” Samuel K. Cowan & Frederic N. Lohr, G. Schirmer, Inc., New York.

7922

n.d.

Shelby County - An Inventory of Ohio Soils, Shelby County - Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources Division of Lands & Soils, Progress Report No. 51, 1977

3719

1977

Shelby County – Ledger of Veterans buried in:

387

n.d.

Shelby County - Ohio sesqui-centennial pageant program

4279

1953

Shelby County - photograph - "This Monument Marks the Site of the First Settlement in Shelby County"

4285

c. 1951

Shelby County Democrat Obituary of Robert Ewing

1844

28 Dec. 1883

Shelby County, Ohio – copies of maps from Atlas Map and Directory of Shelby County, Ohio 1875 and 1900.  Also copies of Plat Map of Shelby County, Ohio (c. 1910).  Published in 1992 by Shelby County Genealogical Society.

6280

1992

Shelby County, Ohio – The Ohio Farmer Harvest County Line, Shelby County 1979 – Names, Addresses, Phone Numbers, Locations and Maps.

6283

1979

Shelby County, Ohio – Wilderness to Prosperity:  A History of Shelby County prepared especially for the Shelby County Sesquicentennial 1819-1820 – 1969-1970 by John B. Scott, a publication of the Shelby County Historical Society, 1970.

6284

1970

Shelby County: Roster of Veterans buried

1807

n.d.

Shelby County: Veterans of Civil War, Spanish War, World War I, Burials

1805

n.d.

Shelby County: Veterans of Revolutionary War, War 1812, Mexican War- Burials

1806

n.d.

Shellaberger – photograph 13” x 9 ¾” black/white of the 50th Shellaberger Reunion held in Covington Park, July 8, 1951.  Note on back “Sarah Minnich to Wilbur Saylor.”

6583

1951

Shenandoah Valley Historical Society Newsletter

1954

1973

Sherer Bell Chevrolet-E. High St. (rear entrance)

4588

c. 1960

Sherer-Bell Chevrolet newspaper add, Piqua Daily Call, 1 May 1963 - "Celebrating 42 years as Piqua's leading car dealer"

5200

1963

Sherer-Bell Co. – photo

783

1935

Sherer-Bell Co. and Chevrolet Advertising fliers - patriotic themes

2391

1957, 1960

Sherer-Bell Co. et. Al. and Coca Cola Bottling Co.-Assignment of Lease

1966

1967

Sherer-Bell photograph

1008

1936

Sheridan, J.B. & Co. Invoices (Favorite Stove)

43

1896

Sheyler, Margaret - photograph

3623

c. 1890s

Shively, Fred-Article and pictures form Piqua Daily Call

1887

28-Jan-78

Shoemaker, George Collection (WWI)

69

1917-20’s

Shoppers’ Guide, 2nd Edition, Christmas 1899.  This six page tabloid size newspaper was published by “Unemployed Printers of Piqua: A. E. Butcher, Jacob Hammer, LeRoy Crigler, Lew. Shardelow.”  It was published “through the kindness of Magee Bros., printers.”  There are 49 advertisers with ads in  this paper.  A good source for businesses in Piqua in 1899.  

8126

1899

Short, Eliza - photograph - Eliza Short was the last piano player at May's Opera House - she was given the piano when May's Opera House closed.

4909

N.D.

Short, Harold – Certificate of Retirement from the Armed Forces of the United States issued to Lt. Col. Harold L. Short, U.S. Army, on June 3, 1970

7566

1970

Short, Harold [copies of this file can be found in Vertical File 1434]

1881

n.d.

Short, Harold L. – a composite photograph of the members of the Finance Committee of the House of Representatives of the 101st General Assembly of Ohio, 1955-1956.  Representative Harold L. Short is pictured as a member of the committee.

7577

1955

Short, Harold L. - portrait of Rep. Harold L. Short taken by Jerry Shoemaker Studio, Piqua, Ohio.  Rep. Short served in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1949 to 1958 serving the district that included Miami County.

7576

c. 1950

Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation, Carey, Ohio  - brochure/booklet

4271

n.d.

Sidney - photographs of Veterans Building and downtown

2075

?

Sidney High School musical program – “Oklahoma” – year not given

6959

n.d.

Sigler & Gray documents: Wedding Announcement of Capt. W.D. Sigler and Mrs. Melissa Powell.  Obituaries of Capt W. D. Sigler; funeral announcement of Miss Anna M. Finfrock; death notice and extensive obituaries  of Mrs. J. C. Gray.  Drawings by Gray M. Sigler

7889

Various

Sigler & Sigler (Insurance) blotters

810

n.d.

Silver, D. J. - Funeral notice 9 March 1878

3689

1878

Simmons – Fort Dearborn Massacre, A Romantic and Graphic History of Corporal John Simmons and His Brave Wife by N. Simmons, M.D., Lawrence, Kansas, 1896

7993

1896

Simmons, Edith - photo

3676

c. 1900

Simon, Charles & Mary, John - deeds - 222 Spring St., 128 E. Water

2288

1902 - 1906

Simon, Helen - ghost photo

3664

c. 1925

Sims, C. M., Superintendent of Schools, Piqua, OH - Retirement Dinner Program and song sheet - 7 May 1952

2030

1952

Sims, C.M. – photo

712

n.d.

Sims, Cecil – photo

731

n.d.

Sims, Cecil M.

4357

1977

Sims, Cecil M. - Photos and articles, etc. concerning the life and work of Cecil M. Sims, Piqua High School Principal, Superintendent, and original member of the first elected Ohio State Board of Education.

5280

various

Sinclair Early American car stamps (sets No. 1-5) and stamp albums

7307

c. 1950s

Singer Sewing Machine No. 115-1 Instruction booklet.

3288

1913

Single’s Grocery – 630 W. High Street – photo

798

c.1880

Sir Knights and Ladies of the Golden Eagle – 45th Annual Convention, August 15, 1939 – photograph, 16” x 9 ½” – The photo was taken by Morris E. Fawcett, Photographer, 178 Lorenz Ave., Dayton, O. – The photo at one time belonged to Mrs. Melvin Baker, 1234 Broadway, Piqua (see back of photo). – The Knights of the Golden Eagle was a fraternal organization founded in Baltimore in 1872.  The female auxiliary was called the Ladies of the Golden Eagle.  Its original objectives were to help its members find employment and aid them while unemployed.  Its rituals were Christian/military and were rooted in the concepts of the Crusades.

7241

1939

Sixth Grade, South St., Student Pictures Mr. L.Q. Overholt, Teacher

1851

1964-1965

Skaggs, Luther - (1) Warranty Deed from Piqua National Bank to Luther Skaggs for the purchase of 205 acres in Springcreek Township along the Miami River and Rush Creek.  Deed is dated 11 May 1904.  (2) Warranty Deed #4302 from Luther P. Skagg et al. to Charles Guenthner et. al.  This document consists only of the signature page and is dated 5 December 1918.

2571

1904 and 1918

Skateland Piqua, OH sticker

1580

1945

Smiley, Jerome C. - Papers -  Independence Hall, Bulletin No. 2, "The Liberty Bell".  This document was part of the Smiley Collection.

3168

c. 1920

Smith - Mrs. Ida M. Smith - Momento of Appreciation to Mrs. Ida M. Smith of the Lady Foresters - awarded as a result of the Piqua Leader-Dispatch's popular voting contest - c. 1915

4654

c. 1915

Smith Brothers Mfg. Employees – WWI pose – photo

658

1918

Smith Family Photographs, Covington, Ohio

235

1890’s

Smith, A Mother's poem to sons Kenny & Jimmie and picture of father killed in action as a fighter pilot in WWII

4626

c. 1945

Smith, Elizabeth DuVal – Calling card for Miss Elizabeth DuVal Smith.  Also in this folder is a letter and an article explaining how Elizabeth DuVal Smith fits into the Smith family in Piqua and Troy.

8001

c. 1920’s

Smith, Jimmy & Kenny - Photograph from the Piqua Daily Call and a letter explaining it.

3485

c. 1950, 1992

Smith, Mary Catherine (Kay) - Land abstract - tracing land ownership between the Miami River on the west and Staunton Street on the east, between the Hilliard property on the north and Bridge Street on the south, including all Smith property (Lots 283, 284, 285, & 286) back to the original land grant by President Monroe.  Included are maps, abstract5 of titles, list of owners, two copies of the original land grant, and a request for a zoning change for Outlot 286.

3218

1903, 1967, 1984

Smith, Mattie – a copy of the Examiners Certificate dated April 7, 1892 which was her teachers certificate for 36 months.  The certificate is signed by C.F. Wilder, A. Ramsey and C. W. Bennett, Examiners

7010

1892

Smith, Thomas - Land Patent - 1 June, 1845 - signed by President James K. Polk

2313

1845

Smith, Thomas - Land Patent - 18 March, 1837 - signed by President Martin Van Buren

2311

1837

Smith, Thomas - Land Patent - 1838 - signed by President Martin Van Buren

2310

1838

Smith, Thomas - Land Patent - March, 1836 - signed by President Martin Van Buren

2312

1836

Smith-Lee Co., Piqua, OH – cardboard caps

308

n.d.

Smithman, Henry - Land abstract for lands distributed to the heirs of Henry Smithman.  Land is in Sections 29 and 30, Township 1, Range 11, Miami River Survey - Springcreek Township, Miami County - a part of the Smithman addition to Huntersville (now Shawnee).

3217

1898

Smizer, Stanley - photograph

3654

c. 1890

Smizer, Stanley, J.O. Glass, ____ Mouse - photo 24 Nov. 1899

3661

1899

Smoke Signals – the Piqua High School newspaper page published in The Piqua Daily Call for the school year 1963-1964.  This file is housed in Drawer 22 of the map case.  Smoke Signals was published weekly in the Saturday edition of the newspaper.  The first edition was published on September 28, 1963 and the last on May 30, 1964.  There are 27 issues in the collection and the following dates are missing: November 30, 1963; January 18, 1964; February 1 – 22, 1964 and March 28, 1964.

7954

1963-1964

Snider, Zephiniah - photograph.  Also 3 boys in a photo: Brady, Rillen, ___ - Photos labeled "La France Cem"

3655

c. 1890

Snow, John F. “Jack” – Headstone Unveiling Ceremony, Tuesday, August 15, 2017, Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio.  Jack Snow was the author of Magical Mimics in Oz, The Shaggy Man of Oz and Who’s Who in Oz.  He was considered the foremost authority on the Wizard of Oz books.  Folder contains a copy of the program including a biography of Jack Snow on the back of the program and twenty-one 8 ½” x 11” color photographs of the ceremony.

7758

2017

Snyder & Son Mfg. – Advertising Card

698

c.1880

Snyder & Son, Piqua Advertising Card

1129

c.1870

Snyder road Church of God, Address Book

2644

n.d.

Snyder, Forest H., letters home, AEF

979

1918-1919

Snyder, Ron - 1983 program for Stroh's American Power Boat Association Gold Cup, Evansville Freedom Festival, Thunder on the Ohio 5 - July 8-10, 1983, Evansville, Indiana - The Gold Cup is awarded to the boat with the highest points in a series of races for Unlimited Hydroplanes.  Ron Snyder was the driver of the Rich Plan Food Service - U-6.

5098

1983

Soldiers Relief Commission Ledger

8

1922-1926

Song Book:  Battle Songs of Liberty

178

1918

Songbook, used by Bessie Knight at Grace M.E. Church

1405

1921

Songs for Today children’s singing group consisting of Sarah Kay and Corey Lemmon who performed on WPTW radio.  This is an 8 x 10 b/w photograph taken by Lange Studio and is dated February 6, 1949 – for the negative of this photograph see MS-16, Box 19, File 37.

6773

1949

“Songs of Ohio” prepared by the City Loan and Savings Company, Lima, Ohio for the 1953 Ohio Sesquicentennial.

7536

1953

Songs of P. H. S. – a pamphlet containing the P.H.S. Alma Mater and Pep Song given to Ruth Fleeger a sophomore at Piqua Central High School in 1946.

5956

1946

Songs of the Ku Klux Klan-audio cassette- longer leader

1997

c.1920

South School – Piqua – c. 1890’s – 4” x 5” black/white

6546

c. 1890

South Street Elementary School Composite Class Photos (3): [1] Kindergarten, Mrs. Henrietta Hahn, 1972-73, [2] First Grade, Mrs. Adams, 1973-74, [3] Third Grade, Mrs. Levering, 1975-76.

3902

1972-1976

South Street Elementary School, Piqua, Ohio -= yearbook 1997-1998

7235

1998

South Street Elementary: 1890-1999, 109 Years of Education – this is the last South Street Elementary yearbook (1998-1999) – In the summer of 1999 South Street Elementary School was permanently closed.

7236

1999

South Street School

444

1920

South Street School – “A Century of Learning” – a history of South Street School, 1880-1890

7516

1990

South Street School – class pictures, names

932

1899-1900

South Street School – photos (10)

927

c.1950

South Street School ; murals - Holley Buckenroth

4375

1978

South Street School photograph

2923

n.d.

Southeast Piqua Initial Architectural Survey

3310

1850-1920

Special Men’s Meeting ticket,  Music Hall, Sunday Afternoon, January 31st, 1892, Subject: “Grit and Grace” – Admit One

7441

1892

Speelman, Geo. W. (Civil War)

106

1862

Speelman, Kermit (Kenny) - photograph

4232

c. 1950

Speelman, Ruth Collection of Photographs: [1] Masonic building with Steve's Barbershop in one corner - possibly Covington or St. Paris. [2] Lady showing her china - photo by Vince Musi [3] Old favorite cook stove [4] Hotel Cline from "Pony Wagon Days" St. Paris  [5] Fireplace mantel and screen, location not determined [6] Second floor of a building showing the stairwell, doors, and transom [7] unidentified boy [8] ceiling of the township building and the Covington Theater [9] & [10] Odd Fellows Hall - St. Paris [11] John Riker, 1st mayor of St. Paris [12] Brenda Davis hanging costumes [13] (L to R) Steve Forsythe, Isabel Mar Abrigo [14] Freddie Frantz [15] Mike Williams, Chad Williams, Eric ___, Sandy Williams [16] Lori Montgomery, 13 years old. [17] Earl Slaughter [18] "Persimmon Man"

3579

n.d.

Speidel ,Merrit C.

1880

n.d.

Spencer - Miller Co. Seeds & Feed - S. Main at the Railroad - Lester & Dan Spencer standing in the doorway - photograph

2111

c.1910

Spencer, Herbert and Young, Roberta wedding photographs (3) WWII Servicemen, African American

1469

c.1940

Spencer, Lester - envelope from Biederwolf Evangelistic Campaign, 23 May 1911, Rev. W.E. Biederwolf, D.D. to Lester Spencer, Esq., Piqua, Ohio

3567

1911

Spencer, Slauson Grain Co. – check

1066

c.1900

Sperry Jewelry Store – repair envelope

1239

n.d.

Spiker Wagon Company (The) – [1] stock certificate #27 for 10 shares of stock par value of $100 each for a total investment of $1000 made by Mr. John O’Ferrall – 4 February 1882.  On 24 February 1882, John O’Ferrall sold the stock to A. Wendel and a new certificate was issued on 1 March 1882.  [2] Office of the Spiker Wagon Company, receipt No. 12 dated April 6, 1880.  Received of Jacob Rohner $120 being ten percent of the stock subscribed by Jacob Rohner.  [3] page from 1st Century of Piqua, Ohio about Carriage and Wagon Shops.

6422

1880, 1882

Spillman, Mildred - scrapbook containing items related to the engagement, wedding, and early married life of Mildred Spillman and Leonard Anthony

2330

1933-34

Spinning Wheel – A national magazine about antiques – Jan.-Feb, 1963

1933

1963

Spirits (whiskey) purchase - Thorpe/Applegate/Henderson (?) 6 October 1828

2081

1828

Sporting News’, The, “How to Score” baseball booklet

7313

1948

Sports ribbons – [1] M.V.L. Football Champs, Undefeatted, Untied, 1947 Honor Banquet – the ribbon is blue with a red ribbon attached; [2] Miami Valley League Track and Field Meet, 220-Yard Low Hurdles, Dayton, Ohio 1947 – this is a faded gold ribbon.  These ribbons were awarded to John T. “Jack” Brown.

7984

1947

Sportsman, The, Miami County’s Largest Sporting Goods Store, 505 N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio – 1957 calendar

7552

1957

Spot Restaurant – “Spot Money” – three 50 cent Spot coupons – date is not given

6873

n.d.

Spot, The – lunch stand – 202 West Water St. – c. 1925

7666

c. 1925

Spottswood, Edwin E., Piqua, OH – Sheet music by:’Murm’ring Waves Whisper Sweet Love Songs’

874

1909

Sprague, A.E. Co. – printing sample

1086

c.1900

Spring - 514 Spring St. - photo

2133

c.1970

Spring - 515 Spring St. - photo

2132

c.1970

Spring St. School - photograph of students posed on the front steps

3834

1900

Spring Street - 513 Spring Street – photo

947

C.1980

Spring Street - 514 Spring Street – photo

948

C.1980

Spring Street - 604 Spring Street – photo

949

C.1980

Spring Street School

566

1887

Spring Street School Bell Tower, delivered and placed at the rear of the home of Mrs. Patricia Flesh, 60 Orchard Lane -  photos (3)

3799

n/d

Spring Street School class photograph – Miss Carrie Rhodehamel, teacher – 1895

6500

1895

Spring Street School Class Pictures

883

C1940-1960

Spring Street School first grade photo, 1910, Miss Martha Betz, teacher.  Names on the back and attached.

3850

1910

Spring Street School Parent Teachers Association (P.T.A.) Information and Activities Schedule - 1971-1972

4448

1971

Spring Street School, copy of a third grade class photograph.  Most of the students are identified.  The photo was taken approximately 1895.

7760

c. 1895

Spring Street School, Fifth Grade photograph c. 1900

2960

c. 1900

Spring Street School/Jr. Red Cross-Playbill for fundraiser

245

1918

Spring Street School-Demolition picture and articles from Piqua Daily Call

1885

Aug-77

Spring Street, 501

518

1980

Spring Street, 501

601

n.d.

Spring Street, 606

597

n.d.

Springcreek School - "Call of the Tiger" First Semester Fall Edition

3240

1969-1970

Springcreek School – “Call of the Tigers” student newspaper published by the students of the Springcreek Class of 1965

7037

1965

Springcreek School – “Call of the Tigers” student newspaper published by the students of the Springcreek eighth grade class – 1st Semester Fall Edition – c. 1964

7039

c. 1964

Springcreek School – “Tiger Tales” student newspaper published by the students of the Springcreek Seventh Grade – c. 1965

7038

c. 1965

Springcreek School – a Piqua Daily Call article about Springcreek School being 40 years old [in a misprint the headline said 30 years].  The article was written by Leonard Hill and published September 14, 1962.

7029

1962

Springcreek School Class of 1962 reunion photo taken September 28, 2013 – people in the photo are identified.

7606

2013

Springcreek School photographs taken November 2014 – 17 photos of the interior and 2 of the exterior prior to its demolition

7368

2014

Springcreek School PTA Christmas Program, December 19 (year not given)

7030

c. 1950’s

Springcreek School PTA musical program entitled “Floradora Folies” program – March 11th & 12th, 1960

7031

1960

Springcreek School PTA musical program entitled “Springcreek’s Western Capers” program – March 30 – April 6, 1963

7032

1963

Springcreek School PTA musical program entitled “Broadway Varieties of Springcreek” program – March 26-27, 1965 (3 copies)

7033

1965

Springcreek School PTA musical program for a Minstrel Show and a program planning sheet for the show – year not given

7034

n.d.

Springcreek School PTA musical programs: three programs for Springcreek PTA musicals c. 1970’s. The programs were “Springcreek Western Jubilee”, Springcreek PTA Variety Show “Anything Goes” and “Springcreek Hillbilly Hoedown”

7035

c. 1970’s

Springcreek School PTA musical program photographs from the Piqua Daily Call (2 copies)

7036

c. 1960

Springcreek School Reunion materials – fliers and planning materials for reunions in 1991, 1998, 2000.  Also newspaper articles about the planning of the 1991 reunion and the 1968 retirement of Burnell V. Steinman after 40 years as principal of Springcreek Schools and the appointment of Robert Montgomery as principal.

7028

1968, 1991, 1998,  2000

Springcreek School student newspaper (copy) November 1932 and December 1932

4451

1932

Springcreek School, Call of the Tigers, May 1969, a student publication by the Springcreek Class of 1969 (2)

2991

1969

Springcreek Social Club Annual Programs: 1956-58, 1962, 1964-1966, 1971, 1990-1996, 1998, 2000

1122

-

Springcreek Tap. Justice Records

1526

1851-1858

Springcreek Township Public School Yearbook – 1953

6517

1953

Springcreek Township Public Schools – Clarence Maxwell promotion cards – notification of promotion to the next grade or class [8 cards]

6608

1894-1901

Springcreek Township Public Schools – grade cards for Clarence Maxwell 1892-1902 [11 cards]

6607

1892-1902

Springcreek Township Public Schools Reunion and Picnic programs:  [1] 18th Annual Reunion and Picnic at Yenney’s Grove, May 31, 1902.  {2} 20th Annual Picnic and Commencement held on the grounds of School District No. 3, May 20, 1904.

6527

1902 & 1904

Springcreek Township Public Schools, Miami County, Ohio – certificate given to Clarence B. Maxwell for completion of the course of study prescribed by the Board of Education – dated 31 May 1902

6603

1902

Springcreek Township Public Schools, Miami County, Ohio – certificate given to Myrtle Coffing for completion of the course of study prescribed by the Board of Education – dated 27 May 1908

6602

1908

Springcreek Township Public School Parent Teacher Association (P.T.A.) programs for the years:  1955-56; 1956-57; 1957-58; 1958-59; 1959-60; 1960-60; 1963-64; 1964-65.  These programs contain lists of teachers, classified employees, PTA officers, committees, school board members, room parents and the monthly meeting programs.

7025

1955-1965

Springcreek Township Public School Parent Teacher Association (P.T.A.) Directory and Calendar for the years: 1967-68; 1969-70.  These programs contain lists of teachers, classified employees, PTA officers, committees, school board members, room parents, the monthly meeting programs and the PTA and school calendars.

7026

1967-1970

Springcreek Township Public Schools Course of Study: Rules and Regulations adopted August 16, 1910 and May 20, 1911

7027

1911

Springcreek Township School  - panoramic photograph of the students taken 11 May 1949 – the photo is 7” high X 24” wide.  A copy of the photograph is in this folder, the original photograph in a gold wood and metal 8 ½ X 25 ½  frame is located in the Map Case drawer #14

7123

1949

Springcreek Township School – photograph of the front of the school with a window knocked out and a fire engine parked in front with fire hoses leading up to the third floor.  The date of the fire at the school is not given.

6870

n.d.

Springcreek Township School Districts map - from Leonard Hill

3202

n.d.

Springcreek Township School Parent-Teacher Association yearly organization list and program for the years 1955-56 to 1961-62; 1964-64; 1964-65; 1967-68 and 1969-70.  1969-70 was the last year for the Springcreek Township School.  The copies were made from mimeographed originals by Mr. Roger Hopkins of Texas – he has the originals.

6889

1955-1970

Springcreek Township Schools – booklet prepared for the 200th anniversary of education in Springcreek Township – 1815-2015, 200 years of Education in Springcreek Township: A pictorial history of education in Springcreek Township form One-room schools to centralization to merger with Piqua City Schools. 

7058

2014

Springcreek Twp. Grade Cards

1589

1898-1910

Springcreek Twp. Justice Docket

1525

1853-1858

Springcreek Twp. Public School commencement program

1170

1907

Springcreek Twp. Public School Reunion Flyer

1171

1886

Springcreek Twp. Schools-15th reunion ‘order of exercises’

236

1899

Springfield (Ohio) Museum of Art exhibit programs and collection guides:  [1] Robert Kipniss: A Collection of Recent Prints, Lithographs, Mezzotints and Oil Paintings – program for the exhibit which ran April 13 – May 8, 1985.  [2] Stewart Goldman:  Then and Now, Paintings, Prints, Drawings – program for the exhibit which ran March 1 – April 12, 2008.  [3] Nancy Fletcher Cassell:  naturemind: one body – program for the exhibit which ran March 3 – April 15, 2001.  [4] James Roy Hopkins, Ohio Artist 1877-1969 – program for the exhibit which ran August 26 – September 28, 1977.  [5] A guide to the collection of The Springfield Art Center – 1982.  [6] A Guide to the Collection of The Springfield Museum of Art – 1990.

7189

1977, 1982, 1985, 1990, 2001, 2008

St John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Dedication Program, 18 May 1913

3112

1913

St Paul's United church of Christ 100th Anniversary booklet

2611

1946

St. Boniface - Adult Support Group for the Divorced, Separated or widowed - flyer announcing the beginning of the program.

4775

1993

St. Boniface - first edition envelopes stamped, 2

2520

1980

St. Boniface Church – photo

1276

c.1950

St. Boniface Church 75th Anniversary Program

1398

1930

St. Boniface Church Directory

1244

1994

St. Boniface Church, Piqua: Ledger

1

1859-1861

St. Boniface First Communion – photo, news clippings

742

c.1900

St. Boniface -Huntzinger photograph

4885

N.D.

St. Boniface Parish Summer Festival advertising poster - June 26, 27, 28, 1998 -corner of Miami and South Downing Streets.

4676

1998

St. Boniface Parish, Piqua, Ohio, 125th Anniversary 1855-1980 – cover and 28 page booklet published for the celebration.

6829

1980

St. Boniface Parish, Piqua, Ohio, 125th Anniversary 1855-1980 booklet

2723

1980

St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church – Confirmation Class at mass

6701

n.d.

St. Boniface School - 125 Years of Service to God and Man (flyer)

4162

1980

St. Boniface School – photo

720

n.d.

St. Boniface Summer Festival - June 22, 23, 24, 2001 - Father Caserta's Spaghetti - corner of Miami and South Downing Streets.

4677

2001

St. Boniface Summer Festival Posters 1990, 1992, and 1993.

4123

1990-1993

St. James Church (old) – corner Wayne & High – photo

787

n.d.

St. James Church, Piqua, Ohio - Parish & S.S. Record - February 1878

3980

1878

St. James Episcopal Church – photo, exterior

1180

c.1910

St. James Episcopal Church – photo, interior

1179

c.1910

St. James Episcopal Church - Treasurer's Reports

4187

1903

St. James Episcopal Church cook book fly leaf and title page

2517

c. 1905

St. James Episcopal Church Manual and Directory

1151

1899

St. James Records

834

n.d.

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church – food relief flyer

1502

1913

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church- dedication program, cornerstone photo

1507

1913

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church- Materials from Centennial

1504

1990

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church- photo Rev. Florstedt

1506

1953

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church- photograph confirmation

1505

1966

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church- photos (2)

1503

c.1930 and c. 1940

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church –photos(2) church council, Rev. Krumm

1500

c.1940 c.1920

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church- Sunday School photos

1501

c. 1920

St. John’s Lutheran Church certificate of membership

1614

1919

St. John’s Lutheran Church check (2)

1640

1910

St. John’s Lutheran Church constitution

1641

1965

St. John’s Lutheran Church member directory

1639

1904

St. John’s Lutheran Church misc. photographs

1642

1960-1990’s

St. John’s Lutheran Church program

1643

1940

St. John's Lutheran Church - 100th Anniversary Bulletin, 16 Dec. 1990

3062

1990

St. John's Lutheran Church - 50th Anniversary booklet, 7 March 1940

2612

1940

St. John's Lutheran Church - Cornerstone laying and Dedication Program

4155

1912-1913

St. John's Lutheran Church - dedication of new addition to the church 1964

2441

1964

St. John's Lutheran Church - various financial reports - 1952-1973

4181

1952-1973

St. John's Lutheran Church [1] Christmas Eve Candlelight Service Bulletin, 1991 [2] "Worship in the Park" poster and order of worship, Sunday 22 September 1991

3157

1991

St. John's Lutheran Church bulletin  - 27 January 1952

4179

1952

St. John's Lutheran Church bulletin 8 October 1950; Pastor Simon Long

4178

1980

St. John's Lutheran Church Picture Directory of members, 1986

2805

1986

St. John's Lutheran Church, Piqua, O. - 50th Anniversary of founding program

4159

1940

St. John's Lutheran Church:  [1] Letter from Pastor Michael L. Bennett inviting individuals to a service at Springcreek School Auditorium, Sunday, 22 November 1992.  [2] Letter to church members announcing  the choice of E. Michael Easton as pastor, 11 July 1993.  [3] Bulletin, 8 August 1993.  [4] Bulletin, 29 August 1993  [5] Letter from Bishop Kenneth H. Sauer referring to a draft statement on human sexuality  [6] Biography, statement of theology, and financial compensation package for E. Michael Easton.  [7] Bulletin, 3 October 1993, Installation of E. Michael Easton as pastor.

3183

1992-93

St. John's Lutheran Church: Dedication of Church Educational Building - 14 June 1964

4180

1964

St. Mary Church - 3 directories - 1984, 1993, 1999

4546

1984-93-99

St. Mary Church [Roman Catholic], Piqua, Ohio Celebrating 150 Years – Sesquicentennial Anniversary 1843-1993 – hand fan with a wooden handle

6629

.

St. Mary Church New Members and Returning Members Handbook – Rev. Thomas J. Grilliot, Pastor

6009

n.d.

St. Mary Parish Financial Report

1395

1932

St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, Piqua, Ohio Membership List – October 1978

5672

1978

St. Mary’s Catholic High School, Piqua, Ohio

20

c.1900-1923

St. Mary’s Church Financial Report

1396

1902

St. Mary’s High School Commencement program

1172

1929

St. Mary’s School – commencement program

1169

1892

St. Mary's Hall / Piqua Catholic High School photograph - school was torn down in 1973 - This photo ran in the Piqua Daily Call in 1978 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of St. Mary's School

2847

c. 1948

St. Mary's School, Old - photographs taken before building was torn down - 4 August 1972

2084

1972

St. Paris, Elizabethtown, Fletcher, Piqua & Covington Turnpike Co.

198

1851

St. Patrick Church (Troy) Dedication: Thanksgiving Day, 1916

3330

1916

St. Paul’s Church – New Year’s greeting card for 1911.  Half of the card is in English and half including the church name is in German.  In 1911, William F. Simon was the pastor

6585

1911

St. Paul’s Church – Piqua, Ohio: Ribbon - in German, 1890

2363

1890

St. Paul’s Church – Women’s Guild Cookbook

276

1953

St. Paul’s Church 75th Anniversary panoramic photograph by Huntzinger – 1910

6572

1910

St. Paul’s Church Collection

187

1911-1955

St. Paul’s Church Program

45

1896

St. Paul’s Evangelical and Reformed Church, Piqua, Ohio – post card photograph with note on the back “Remodeled in ‘46”.  The photo is of the interior of the sanctuary.

7702

c. 1946

St. Paul’s Evangelical Church – certificate of baptism given to Josephine Catherine Gehle, daughter of Police Chief Frank Gehle and Mina Viola Fessler Gehle – born May 12, 1899 and baptized July 23, 1899.

6650

1899

St. Paul’s Evangelical Church – Confirmation certificate given to Margaret Theresse Gehle, daughter of Police Chief Frank Gehle – born January 5, 1901 and confirmed May 4, 1913.

6645

1913

St. Paul’s Evangelical Church – Confirmation certificate given to Josephine Catherine Gehle, daughter of Police Chief Frank Gehle – born May 12, 1988 and confirmed May 4, 1913.

6647

1913

St. Paul’s Evangelical Church – certificate of baptism given to Margaret Theresse Gehle, daughter of Police Chief Frank Gehle and Mina Viola Fessler Gehle – born January 5, 1901 and baptized July 7, 1901.

6649

1901

St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, Piqua, Ohio – soft cover 31 page book entitled:  Souvenir of Seventy-Fifth Anniversary, 1846-1921, St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, Piqua, Ohio, October 18, 1921, Celebrated November 20, 1921.  A book of photographs and church history.

6099

1921

St. Paul’s Evangelical Dorcas Class Cookbook

894

1918

St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church – Confirmation certificate given to Mina Viola Fessler – born July 31, 1879 and confirmed October 29, 1893.

6646

1893

St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church – certificate of baptism given to Mina Viola Fessler, daughter of George Fessler and Catherine Fessler and future wife of Frank Gehle – born July 31, 1879 and baptized September 14, 1879.

6651

1879

St. Paul’s Evangelical Protestant Church congregation photograph – c. 1910 – b/w 40” x 6” rolled – The photo is rolled and located in Drawer 14 of the Map Case.

7700

c. 1910

St. Paul’s interior – photo’s

735

c.1920, 1954

St. Paul’s United Church of Christ 75th, 100th, and 125th Anniversary booklets

2596

1921, 1946, 1971

St. Paul’s United Church of Christ pictorial directory – published in May 1992

6878

1992

St. Paul’s United Church of Christ steeple - photo

2220

c. 1970s

St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Piqua, Ohio Lenten Meditations booklet – 1979

6098

1979

Sta-Cold promotional sign

1759

1954

Stahl Family papers: [1] Commencement Invitation to Grand Blanc High School. [2] Assessment cards for street lights in St. Paris, Ohio (2) [3] Appraisal of fire loss from The Miami Farmers' Mutual Fire Association [4] Receipt for deed to farm on Faulkner Road [5] $150 loan from Central National Bank of St. Paris, OH [6] Internal Revenue Service Treasury Department Form 1099 report if wages earned. [7] Bert R. Richeson Funeral Home, St. Paris, OH charges for complete funeral service for Mary Lucile Stahl - $535.00 [8] Photograph taken at Marble Studio, Piqua, O. of boy and infant. [9] photo of man and woman, [10] Post Card photo of young woman [11] Photo of teenage girl, [12] Photo taken by Smith Studio, Columbus, Indiana of an adult woman.

5044

1910-1938

Stahl, Kellar - photograph

3728

c. 1925

Stahl, Kermit - Honorable Discharge and Recommendation given to Kermit Stahl from the Columbus Dispatch Printing Company.  Kermet Stahl was a carrier of the Daily and Sunday Dispatch from 7 October 1926-25 April 1927.

5043

1927

Staley Mill photograph – color

7999

n.d.

Stamp - National Air Mailweek Cover             May 15-21, 1938

1965

1938

Stamp - U.S.- Rotary 50th Anniversary,          First Day Cover

1963

1955

Stamps – [A] a 4 stamp block dated 1935 & 1936 issued by the U.S. Postal Service, S. A. Farley, Postmaster General, “in compliment to the Third International Philatelic Exhibition of 1936.”  The stamps are 3 cents and commemorate [1] The Tricentenary of Connecticut; [2] The Michigan Centenary; [3] The California Pacific International Exposition, San Diego, 1535-1935; [4] The Texas Centenial 1836-1936.  [B] A 1/8th  cent United States Internal Revenue stamp, Series of 1898. [C] A one cent U.S. Postage Stamp with the profile of Benjamin Franklin looking to the left.  [D] two one cent U.S. Postage Stamps with the profile of Benjamin Franklin looking to the right.  [E] A two cent U.S. Postage Stamp commemorating the Huguenot – Walloon Tercentenary 1624-1924.   [F] A three cent U.S. Postage Stamp.  [G] A ten cent United States Postage Due stamp.  [H] A Greek 1912 stamp with a value of 25?  [I] A Canadian two cent stamp.

7605

1910-1936

Stamps - Air Mail- 6 cents USA

1991

n.d.

Stamps - State Flag Bicentennial Era 1776-1996 13 cents USA

1990

1976

Stanlaws, Penrhyn - Hearst’s magazine cover – 1918 cover Hearst’s WWI Japanese Girl – the cover is by Penrhyn Stanlaws.

4989.3

1918

Stanlaws, Penrhyn – The Saturday Evening Post, April 14, 1934.  The cover is by Penrhyn Stanlaws.

4989.2

1934

Stansell-Adams Genealogy 1620-1955 by Margaret Ames & Frank Stansell

6420

c. 1960

Stapleford, Francis A., Certificate of promotion to Sergeant, 1 June 1862

2488

1862

Star Coin Encyclopedia-Numismatic Company of Texas-rare coin encyclopedia and premium catalog (pgs. 1-4 missing)

4615

1929

Star Collection of Old Favorite Songs – this 34 page song book was provided “Compliments of The Piqua Savings Bank Company.”

6891

c. 1910

Starr Piano Company – advertising bookmark issued by the Starr Piano Company, 315 N. Main St., Piqua, c. 1911

6051

c. 1911

State Ballot Issues 1, 2, 3 for the November 8, 2011 General Election – 60 pages of news print.  Issue 1 – raise the age at which a person may be elected or appointed judge to 75.  It failed.  Issue 2 – a referendum on Senate Bill 5 relative to government union contracts and other government employment contracts and policies.  It failed.  Issue 3 – to preserve the freedom of Ohioans to choose their health care and health care coverage.  It passed.

5883

2011

State of Ohio Department of Liquor Control – Customer Identification and Liquor Purchase Record No. C 479945 issued to Mary Jane Shroyer with dates stamped in February, March and October 1944.

7958

1944

State of Ohio Prepaid Sales Tax stamps – (1) one pad of  1¢ sales tax stamps; (2) one pad of 2¢ tax stamps – no dates listed

6679

n.d.

State Sales Tax Stamps

1167

n.d.

Statler Farms area Plat Map - Range 6, Town 6, Section 32, Washington Township, Plat #25.  Map shows Experimental Farm Road, Farington Road, a two lane CR 25A and the Interstate crossing the Great Miami River.

4618

c. 1970's

Staunton - 306 Staunton St. -photo

2131

c.1970

Staunton Baptist Church – Staunton Baptist Church: The Pioneer Baptists of the Miami Valley, Ohio.  This article by Patrick D. Kennedy of the Troy Historical Society Library was published in the Winter 2011 issue of The Ancient Baptist Journal, vol. 3, issue 3

5763

2011

Staunton Cheer Book, notes handwritten by Dorothy Marr

279

1925

Staunton School District #5 photograph – also known as Peterson School on Orbison Road near Peterson Road – Picture of the students c. 1900.  Miss Resa Rench was the teacher.

6289

c. 1900

Staunton Street - 550 Staunton – photo

944

C.1980

Staunton Street, 417

524

Oct. 1982

Staunton Street, 731

592

n.d.

Staunton Township - grade book, 1891-1897

2341

1891-1897

Staunton Township School #5 on Orbison Road – called Peterson School – copy of a photo taken by Walter Orbison before 1913.

6327

c. 1910

Staunton Township School District No. 5 - class photograph - a letter and student names are attached - this is also known as Peterson School on Orbison Rd.  - The "Charlotte" in the letter is Charlotte Hartzell (Top row 3rd from left).

4458

c. 1911

Staunton Township School District No. 5 - red brick one room school house - class photograph, 23 April 1912 (copy) - G.T. Shroyer, teacher - class members are identified on an attached sheet.

4457

1912

Staunton Township Schools - Grade Record Book by Sub-District School and teacher for the 9, one-room schools in Staunton Township, 1897-1908

2370

1897-1908

Staunton Township: District 16, No. 5 (G.T. Shroyer-teacher)

4339

25 Apr, 1912

Steam Tractor photo - Charles Crosby Collection

2451

c. 1940s

Steinhilber, Al:  Articles (PDC)

42

c.1975-78

Stelzer & Reed – photo and negative

1275

Aug. 1912

Stelzer & Reed Agents advertising cards containing a Perpetual Calendar

6117

n.d.

Stelzer & Reed Insurance, 525-27 Orr-Flesh Building, Piqua, Ohio – notepad.  The first two pages of the notepad contain hand written recipes for “Xmas Logs” and “Stuffed Steak Rolls.”

5373

c. 1959

Step Lange photographs of grocery store transaction, March 1, 1948

7325

1948

Step Lange photographs of men inside an abandoned building August 18, 1948

7326

1948

Stephan Family Scrapbook - copy - created by Phyllis Arlene Stephan Hixson.  Scrapbook of the family of Vernie Charles Stephan (father of the compiler) and Anna Caroline Boyd Stephan (mother of the compiler).

4390

2004

Stereoscope slide – Yellow, white and pink Lilies.

7186

c. 1900

Stereoscope slides – American scenes – [1] Church in Beloit, Kansas [2] buildings in Beloit, KS [3] Washington’s Tomb, Mount Vernon, Virginia [4] Yosemite Valley and Falls, California [5] Sulphur Springs, Virginia [6] St. Francis Xavier, R.C. Church, New York City [7] River rapids – location not determined.

7181

c. 1900

Stereoscope slides – scenes from Cuba after the Spanish-American War – [1] tobacco plantation in Cuba [2] A Sugar Plantation, Caracas, Cuba [3] Jagua Fort, at the entrance to the Bay of Cienfuegos, Cuba [4] Where the Cuban Patriots were shot by the Spaniards, Cabana Castle, Havana, Cuba [5] A Spanish Fort (Block House), on the outskirts of Remedios, Cuba

7183

1899

Stereoscope slides – scenes from Europe and the Middle East – [1] Mosque Enclosing Cave of Machpelah (Cave of the Patriarchs), Hebron, Palestine [2] Mt. Vesuvius, From the Forum, Pompeii, Italy [3] Castle Rheinstein, on the Rhine, Germany [4] Berchtesgaden and the Watzmann (8700 ft.), Bavaria, Germany

7182

1898

Stereoscope slides – scenes of the Philippine Islands at the time of the Spanish-American War – [1] The Wharf below the Bridge of Spain, Manila, Philippine Islands [2] Filipino Prisoners of War in Old Manila, Philippine Islands

7185

1898

Stereoscope slides – scenes of U.S. preparations for the Spanish-American War, 1898 – [1] Army soldiers training on the rifle range [2] Our Army of Volunteers at Camp Alger, Virginia [3] Dock at Tampa on the Day of Sailing for Santiago de Cuba [4] The Battleship “Indiana” in Dry Dock [5] The Battleship “Oregon”, NOTE:  at the outbreak of the war the U.S.S. Oregon was ordered to sail from Seattle to Cuba.  Without a canal at Panama, it arrived in Cuba after all fighting had ended.

7184

1898

Stereoscope slides, humorous – [1] No. 5, Invected – “Don’t you dare tell Father!”  [2] No. 7. Ejected – Bliss Disturbed at 1:50 A.M.

7180

C. 1900

Stereoscope slides, Part 1 of a 48 slide sequence.  Part 1 consists of slides 1-12 of scenes in the United States.

6003

c. 1900

Stereoscope slides, Part 2 of a 48 slide sequence.  Part 2 consists of slides 13-24 of scenes in Cuba, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Philippines.

6004

c. 1900

Stereoscope slides, Part 3 of a 48 slide sequence.  Part 3 consists of slides 25-36 of scenes in Europe.

6005

c. 1900

Stereoscope slides, Part 4 of a 48 slide sequence.  Part 4 consists of slides 37-48 of ladies in domestic scenes in the home.

6006

c. 1900

Stevens, Charles - political campaign poster

3124

n.d.

Stewart & Loomis- receipts of purchase from the following businesses: [1] John Zollinger & Co.- Wholesale/Retail dealers in groceries, produce, notions & toys.  [2]  Leopold Kiefer - Cigars & Tobacco  [3] Brandriff, Rhodehamel & Co.- Cook's Delight Baking Powder  [4] Piqua Lock Mills - O'Ferrall & Daniels (2)  [5] Gerlach & Biller - Baker's and Confectioners  [6] J. Crapsey & Co. - Crackers & Biscuits  [7] V. Decker - Fresh & Cured Meats, & Co.

5161

1876-1877

Stickers and patches: [1] Piqua Municipal Power System sticker. [2] Miami County Mini-Marathon – Piqua to Troy – patch

7942

n.d.

Stillwater Lodge (Covington), K of P (copies)

147

c.1890-c.1940

Stillwater Valley Advertiser, vol. 20, no. 41, September 1, 1976 – Commemorative Bicentennial Review Edition

6089

1976

Stillwell, Douglas:  Journal (back) an old account book (front) - Piqua, Ohio - In front is an account record of sales to various Piqua residents from 1837-1948.  In back are various entries by Douglas Stilwell, born in 1944, Piqua, OH.

3969

1837-1957

Stilwell Letter Transcripts

914

c.1900

Stitt - photographs found with the items in SC-4489-93.  The photos are not identified but are probably taken in Europe.  One is a photo of a U.S. Army Captain - possibly Captain Stitt.  Also there is a series of five still photos from a motion picture - c. 1940.

4494

1944

Stitt, Capt. Jim Jr., 37th Fighter Squadron, 14th Fighter Group - letter to his parents dated 9 September 1944 - location not determined from the letter but he was not in the Pacific Theater.

4493

1944

Stitt, J. M. Jr. - Industrial Engineering Senior Inspection Trip, Ohio State University Engineering Department, 24-27 March 1941 - This is a report on the industrial engineering strengths and weaknesses of the companies visited in Detroit, Michigan.  The companies were: Nash Kelvinator Plant, Gor Wood Industries, United States Rubber Plant, Goebels Brewery, Ford River Rouge Plant, Greenfield Village, Chevrolet Gear and Axel Plant, and Burroughs Adding Machine Co.  This is an excellent first hand critical view of manufacturing in 1941 from the point of view of a college engineering student

4492

1941

Stitt, Jim Jr. - Industrial Engineering Junior Inspection Trip, Ohio State University Engineering Department, 18-22 March 1940 - This is a report on the industrial engineering strengths and weaknesses of the companies visited in Cleveland, Ohio.  The companies were:  Fisher Body Plant, National Acme Co., Republic Steel Mill, White Horse Truck Plant, General Electric Research Division at Nela Park, General Electric Addressograph and Multigraph Plant, and the Warner and Swasey Plant.  This is an excellent first hand critical view of manufacturing in 1940 from the point of view of a college engineering student.

4491

1940

Stock Certificate – 6 ½” x 2 ¾” – printed on the front is:  National Bank of Merit, Four Shares of Stock to the Holder, God offers reward, My Teacher Also, They Both Encourage Me.  This certificate was given to Magie Kyle by her teacher, Imo Olfian – c. 1900

7218

c. 1900

Stock Certificates – issued to L. L. McCrum:  50 shares Bayard, Petersburg & Moorefield Railway Company issued November 28, 1891; 15 shares Bayard, Petersburg & Moorefield Railway Company issued December 6, 1893; 6 shares of The Gormania and Medley Telephone Co., Gormania, WV issued September 27, 1892; 5 shares of Dobbin and Gormania Telephone Company issued November 29, 1892.

7594

1891, 1892, 1893

Stockstill Family photographs: [1] Webster Stockstill, c. 1900.  [2] Ethel Stockstill Applegett, Clementine Stockstill Applegett, Joseph Stockstill, Robert Stockstill, Roger Stockstill – c. 1952.  [3] Robert Stockstill (in background with unidentified child), Jack Stockstill (son of Joseph Stockstill), Selma Stockstill (Jack’s wife) and their daughter, c. 1950’s

6200

Various

Stoker, Elijah - copy of a patent issued to Elijah Stoker for a Machine for Filing Saw-Teeth.  Patent No. 76, dated 8 November 1836.

4302

1836

Stop the "Bullying" election sign - November 2008 - Vote no on Piqua Referendums 27-07, 28-07, 29-07, 30-07, 32-07 - These referendums concerned property maintenance issues.

4944

2008

Store Front Designs - George L. Mesker & Co. store front design catalog 1911

2724

1911

Story of the Pilgrims, The: booklet - John Hancock Life Insurance Company

3314

1923

Stouder Hospital Scrapbook 1

4858

1984

Stouder Hospital Scrapbook 2 & Stouder Wellness Center Media Activities Record

4859

1985

Stouder Memorial Hospital - Annual Report - 1978

4352

1978

Stouder Memorial Hospital History

1854

n.d.

Stouder Memorial Hospital History - brochure (2 copies)

3506

c.1990

Stout – bills and a letter to Mrs. Almeda L. Stout, Pleasant Hill, Ohio

7817

1951

Straker, Betty - Retirement Open House - South Street School - photographs

2039

1982

Street Car Photo

840

c.1900

Streetcar - photo - D&T Electric Railway Co. - advertising Buffalo Bill visit to Piqua

2193

c.1900

Stuart-Brown Underwear Co. – letterhead

1023

c.1900

Stubbs family genealogical records:  Dexscendants of Daniel Stubbs – born 1646 in Rudmarley d’ Abitot, England – married Mary Neast (born 1649) 1687 in Worchestershire, England.  Other surnames in these records are: Attmore, Allison, Butler, Brown, Carson, Cloud, Cox, Commons, Denney, Dicks, Elliott, Gregg, Hickson, Hicks, Hanson, Hayes, Hall, Hutchins, Jones, Kellum, Kelley, Maddock, Moore, Newlin, Overman, Patton, Parham, Pugh, Pyle, Pray, Risk, Talbert, Taylor, Vernon and Wells.

7049

Various

Student ruler, protractor, compass and 45o right triangle – Student’s Friend or Rule To Go By, manufactured by Creamer Ruler Co., Chillicothe, Ohio – was the property of Ines Sarver

7172

c. 1925

Students Handbook 1899-1900 - presented by Christian Association of national Normal University, Lebanon, Ohio.

4784

1899

Suber Funeral Home expandable hand fan

6628

n.d.

Substance Abuse - Resource Manual for Substance Abuse, created by The Darke-Miami County Task Force and The Council on Rural Service Programs, Inc.

3189

n.d.

Sugar Card for November and December - issued to W. A. Buck, 312 E. Spring St., Covington, Ohio

5250

n.d.

Sugar Grove Mills Fire - near Pleasant Hill

4358

1978

Sugar Grove School 16th Commencement

2507

1907

Sugar Loaf (island), Swift Run (lake), Piqua, Ohio – 5” x 8” black/white –  c. 1910

6545

c. 1910

Sugar Ration Card – Miami County Grocers Assn.

990

1918

Summer Camp for girls - names of the girls are on the back of the photo

3762

c.1930's

Sunbrite Laundry

452

1942

Sunbrite Laundry – photographs of workers (3)

1367

c.1950

Sunday School Exhibition ticket, Border Hall, February 22, 1866

2544

1866

Sunday School, Picture Lesson Paper, September 1900

2955

1900

Sunset Shopping Center

438

1980

Superior Inc. (see above for information) – 1, 8x10 b/w negative – “Let’er blow!  Superior ‘Winds’” sweat-suit advertising.  Date 11 July 1942

6352

1942

Superior Inc. (see above for information) – 3, 8x10 b/w negatives to use with advertising campaign for LES-ON men’s underwear.  Date 12 March 1937

6354

1937

Superior Inc. (see above for information) 1, 8x10 b/w negative – “Does your husband wear LES-ON?  Superior men’s underwear advertising.  Date 12 March 1937

6353

1937

Superior Inc., Sol Kittay Pres, Joseph Blau Sec-Treas, Manufacturers of Knot Underwear, 901 N. Downing at Riverside Dr. – 1, 8x8½ cropped  b/w negative of men’s Superior Knit Short-eez underwear.  Date 1941

6351

1941

Superior Underwear

465

1910

Superior Underwear advertisement

1575

1940

Superior Underwear Advertisement

1599

n.d.

Superior Underwear Advertising Sign

1576

1935

Superior Underwear Co. - Engineering drawings for the construction of Superior Underwear Co. Piqua, OH - W.E. Russ Architects, Indianapolis, IN; Snider & Rotz Associated Engineers, Indianapolis, IN.  Five sheets "Arrangement of Departments & Equipment" dated June 1917.  Six sheets "Heat, Power & Electric Wiring" dated 28 May 1917.  One sheet "Boiler Setting" dated 25 March 1918.

5193

1917 & 1918

Superior Underwear Co. - Engineering drawings for the construction of Superior Underwear Co. Plant in Covington, OH - W.E. Russ Architects, Indianapolis, IN; Snider & Rotz Associated Engineers, Indianapolis, IN. - Two sheets "Heating and Electric Wiring" dated 28 May 1917.

5195

1917

Superior Underwear Co. profit chart slide calculator.

4899

N.D.

Superior Underwear Photographs (2)

1152

c.1900

Survey of Piqua, Ohio Industrial, Economic & Recreational

1266

1957

Survival guide (Office civil defense)

1704

n.d.

Swartz’s Farm & Money Loaning Agency advertisement

1065

c.1900

Swift Run Dam - photograph

2071

?

Swift Run Lake - Photograph

2107

?

Swimming Pool flier - "Vote for the Piqua Swimming Pool Levy"

3106

n.d.

Swimming Pool, Municipal – Swimming Pool bond issue campaign poster – “SPLASH Support Piqua’s Long Awaited Swimming Hole, Vote Yes for Your Swimming Pool in November”

5643.1

c.1985

Swimwear in the Thirties: The B.V.D. Company in a Decade of Innovation by Patricia Cunningham - an article for Dress magazine 1986

2638

1986

Sycamore Street - photographs of last remaining houses

2036

c. 1970s

Sycamore Street, 321

481

1976

Sycamore Street, 409

482

n.d.

Symposiarchs – a history of the Symposiarch organization in  Piqua.  The club consisted of a group of men who met for dinner with one member giving a presentation on a topic which was then discussed and debated.  The club was formed in Piqua c. 1949.  This history begins c. 1946 and continues until 1964.

5443

1964

25-Nov-19