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NAME

SC NO.

DATE

U.S. Air Force Museum - A Century of Air and Space Power - Timeline.

2392

2003

U.S. Army - Overseas With The Army, Department of the Army pamphlet No. 690-1.

3367

1960

U.S. Army Infantry Uniform in World War I – New Field Outfit of the American Infantry as published in The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial, volume 9, issue 19, 1918.  “1918 Rotogravure World War I American Infantry Uniform Equipment Military – A United States Infantryman Fully Equipped for Active Service” – copyright by Committee on Public Information.

8076

1918

U.S. Army nurses photograph Dick, Isabelle

1596

1945

U.S. Army Weapons -  Prototypes of the .30 Caliber Rifle in the U.S. Service. National Rifle Association exhibit by the Ohio Gun Collectors Association at Orlando, Florida - 1988

3372

1988

U.S. Army Weapons - Converting The Springfield 1903 and 1903A3.

3375

n.d.

U.S. Army Weapons - Know  Your .45 Auto Pistols: Models 1911 & A1 by E. J. Hoffschmidt.

3369

1974

U.S. Army Weapons - Know Your M1 Garand Rifles by E.T. Hoffschmidt.

3368

1975

U.S. Army Weapons - Military Rifles: Photographs, descriptions and general appraisal of U.S. and foreign shoulder arms and cartridges of World War I and World War II, plus articles on clips, chargers and European proof marks. An American Rifleman reprint - R6.  National Rifle Association

3373

n.d.

U.S. Army Weapons - The .45 Automatic: Assembly, accurizing and reloading for the U.S. Service pistol and the commercial model. An American Rifleman reprint - National Rifle Association.

3374

1971

U.S. Army Weapons - The Krag-Jorgensen Rifle In The Service, by Col. Philip M. Shockley.

3370

1960

U.S. Army Weapons - Weapons and Equipment of Early American Soldiers: National Park Service Popular Study Series.  U.S. department of the Interior, Harold L. Ickes, Secretary.

3371

c. 1941

U.S. Army Weapons - World War I and after weapons - Gas Warfare: The Chemical Weapon, Its Use, and Protection Against It, by Brigadier General Alden H. Waitt, Chemical Warfare Service, U.S. Army.  Washington: The Infantry Journal, 1943.

3376

1943

U.S. Coin - penny with Piqua, Ohio engraved on it in an envelope labeled "souvenir of Piqua" printed on it.

2556

1972

U.S. Defense Savings Bonds - Postal Savings Plan stamp booklet

2317

c. 1941

U.S. Flag - flown aboard the Space shuttle "Columbia" (STS-1) 12-14 April 1981 and presented to Rita M. Rapp

4783

1981

U.S. Navy – Co. 1314 “42” U.S. Naval Training Station – Great Lakes, Ill. – 30 October 1942 – basic training graduation photo (2)

5427

1942

U.S. Post Office during World War II with the sign board on the High Street side listing the names of Piqua area service men - 4 photos - Charles Crosby Collection

2453

c. 1945

U.S. Post Office, Piqua, OH - [1] Fall Festival Parade photographs showing the Post Office Float, 12 Oct. 1949.  [2] Harry Croner, Post Master, presenting safety awards to Ward Ditmer, Len Snyder, Arnie Bolton, Ray Bernhardt, and Walter ford.  [3] Post Office - heavy snow 1950 [4] Chamber of Commerce Rep. Harold Cross, City Manager W.J. Baldwin, and Postmaster H.E. Croner with the new stamp vending machine - Installed 1 July 1948.

3581

1948-1950

U.S. Postal Service Anthrax warning

1392

2001

U.S. S. Piqua YTB – 793

954

n.d.

U.S. Troops – Messages to: from King George V

884

1918

U.S.A. Bicentennial Emblem

892

1976

U.S.S. Cuyama AO-3 - fleet oiler - photo taken off Korea in 1945.  Harold Parsons served aboard her in the Engineering and Communications Department.

5118

1945

Uncle Sam's Navy - parts of a book of U.S. Navy ships published at or near the time of the Spanish-American War in 1898 - fragile - some pages are loose or are missing.

4791

c. 1898

Underwear Festival – letter from Sen. John Glenn declining invitation to 1992 Underwear Festival – letter is addressed to Doris S. Perry, September 16, 1992.

6135

1992

Underwear Festival – letter from The White House September 18, 1992 to Ms. Doris S. Perry from Katherine L. Super, Deputy Assistant to the President for Appointments and Scheduling.  The letter is to say the President will not be able to come to the Underwear Festival.

6134

1992

Underwear Festival – newspaper article published in the TimeOut section of a Sunday Newspaper on October 10, 1993.  The article and accompanying photo were by Patricia McLaughlin of the Universal Press Syndicate.

6133

 

Underwear Festival – Photo

628

n.d.

Underwear Festival - The Great Outdoor Underwear Festival materials and Piqua Daily Call Extra magazine section 27 September 1988

2642

1988

Underwear Festival Entry Form Book, October 12 & 13, 1991

3153

1991

Underwear Festival- Great Outdoor brochure

1581

1997

Underwear Festival Music Applicants

1695

n.d.

Underwear Labels

1662

c.1980

Underwear Mfg. – employees – photo

616

c.1900

Underwear Plant Photo interior – worker names on back

1256

c.1912

Unidentified group of young men & women -possibly college graduation photo; photo by Hathaw of Chillicothe, Ohio

4606

c. 1925

Union Depot, Piqua- photograph

1978

n.d.

United (Westminster) Presbyterian Church - Women's Missionary Society: programs, tickets for various events

4189

1904

United American Mechanics - Junior Order United American Mechanics Piqua Council No. 80 Jr. O.U.A.M. Piqua, Ohio - badge, red, white, and blue ribbon with gold fringe, a white and gold metal pin with American flags, a shield with a divider and square symbol, two American flags on a white ribbon with a circular emblem of the Jr. O.U.A.M. hanging from it.

5034

c. 1900

United American Mechanics, Junior Order of

129

1922

United Appeal Award certificate given to employees of Inland Department  No. 948 in 1970 for 100% participation.

5365

1970

United Brethren Church - Concert Ticket, Rossville, Ohio

3252

n.d.

United Brethren Church [Evangelical United Brethren] Old Home Soft Ball Team.  Champions of the Inter-Church League 1933, 1934, 1935 – photograph taken on the front steps of Piqua Central High School across College Street from the Church.  Then names of the team members are on the back.

6096

1936

United Brethren Church, offering statement

4185

190?

United Brethren Church, Piqua, OH-Digest of the Day-Ladies Aid Society

230

1929

United Brethren Sunday School Otterbein Knight

15

1917-1920

United Fund campaign leadership photograph in front of the tally board on the Square.   Left to right, front row: Irene Ditmer, Robert Arbogast, ? , ? , Rosie O’Neil, ? .  Back row: Ray Hammer, Steve Koon, Kenneth Moore, Joe Williamson, ? , ? , Richard Goater(?) .

5634

n.d.

United Fund campaign leadership photograph in front of the tally board on the Square.   Left to right, Kneeling:  Ray Hammer, Richard Sword, Richard Goater(?), Jack Neuenschwander.  Second row:  ? , Herschel Griffith,  ? , ? , ?, Larry Baker, Robert Arbogast, Kenneth Moore, ? , Carol White, ? , Cheryl Hepner, Rosie O’Neil, ?.  Back row:  Darrell Barbee, Bud Strawsburg, Jim Hemmert, Paul ? , Frank ?,  ? , Tom Buecker, ? , ? .

5635

n.d.

United Fund, 1970 photographs – 8x10 b/w: [1] Joe Smith, Ken Moore, Dick Harris, Carl Johns;  [2] Kennie Moore and Dick Harris

6088

1970

United Fund/Community Chest - Community Chest Campaign brochures, 1953-1958; Annual meeting programs 1954 and 1956.  United Fund form letters and campaign information 1973 and not dated.

3162

1953-58;1973; n.d.

United States Air Force Airman's Manual 1 June 2004 - AFMAN 10-100 - belonged to and donated by SSgt. Adam T. Meek

4906

2004

United States Air Force Contingency Contracting Handbooks (2) - belonged to and donated by SSgt. Adam T. Meek

4907

2007

United States Army, 311th Graves Registration Company, 14th Quarter Master Batalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Lt. J. M. Shea, Commanding, March 24, 1951 – a panoramic 24” x 9 “ framed black / white photograph.  This photograph is stored in Drawer 25 of the Local History Map Case.

7519

19561

United States Bicentennial envelope - Piqua, Ohio 1976 - post marked 4 July 1976

4902

1976

United States Census - 1830 - "A Statistical Chart of the United States with the distances and Populations of the Principle Towns According to the Census of 1830" - Published by Thomas Morrison, Philadelphia in the 1830's.

3478

c. 1830s

United States Handle Co., Piqua, Ohio, U.S.A. – Catalog D, 1916.  U. S. Handle Co. was a wholesaler of Farming Tool and Shovel Handles manufactured by six or more companies, one of which was The Piqua Handle and Mfg. Co.  The handles were sold in multiples of a dozen.

7995

1916

United States Marine Corps, Company L, 2nd Batalion, 2nd Infantry Training Regiment, TC2. Camp Pendleton, California, 26 January 1952 – a panoramic 9 ¼” x 31” black / white photograph – the men in the photo appear to be Drill Instructors and other Camp Pendleton training facility staff.  This photograph is stored in Drawer 25 of the Local History Map Case

7518

1952

United States of America Office of Price Administration – two blank War Ration Book No. 3 Application forms.

7250

1943

United States War Savings Bond – $25.00 Series E, issued November 1, 1943 to Mrs. Margaret L. Fess, 514 Second St., Piqua, Ohio

7798

1943

United States war savings Bonds - Series E.  Official Purchase Order in triplicate: white, pink, green

4316

c. 1945

United Way poster - "Help Red Cross Help Him . . .give the United Way"

4957

n.d.

United Way:  48th Annual Membership Meeting -  15 February 2006

3961

2006

United We Stand Wendy’s Bag

1457

Oct. 2001

Unlimited Hydroplane Race Program - Budweiser's Thunder on the Ohio - June 26-28, 1987 - Ron Snyder was listed as the driver of the Miss Madison U-6

5099

1987

Up With People concert poster

3296

1994

Upper Miami Valley Tech-Prep Consortium CD-Rom

1467

c.2000

Upper Springcreek Community Club Programs: 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979.

3103

1974-1979

Upper Valley Career Center (formerly Upper Valley Joint Vocational School) 13th Annual Achievers Program – May 3, 2018

7952

2018

Upper Valley Career Center 43rd Annual Convocation program – May 24, 2018

7953

2018

Upper Valley J.V.S. - budget analysis, 1973

4361

1973

Upper Valley J.V.S. - correspondence & reports

4362

1973-81

Upper Valley J.V.S. – photo

790

c.1980

Upper Valley J.V.S. - photographs

4363

1978-9

Upper Valley Joint Vocational School – [1]  Program for the Groundbreaking Ceremony 16 October 1973.  [2] Invitation to the Dedication of the JVS Building 12 October 1975.

6222

1972, 1975

Upper Valley JVS Adult Education Summer Classes - Schedule

2869

n.d.

Upper Valley JVS High School Student Enrollment Information book 1993-94

2801

1993

Upper Valley Medical Center - documents tracing the history of Piqua Memorial Medical Center, Stouder Hospital, and Dettmer Hospital, their consolidation into the Upper Valley Medical Center, and the subsequent legal action questioning that consolidation.  Included in these materials are the request for research and the parameters of the research, city council minutes from Troy and Piqua, resolutions of the boards of directors of the three hospitals, and a copy of the court documents including the court's decision.

3439

late 1800's - 1991

Upper Valley Medical Center Invitation to the Community Groundbreaking for the new Acute Care Center – 13 June 1996

6217

1996

Upper Valley Medical Center newsletter

2608

c. 1988

Upton, Charles & Irene – photograph album of 8” x 10” black/white photographs of the blizzard of 1950 and other photos:  [1] Street scene from the blizzard – location not determined, possibly W. North Street  [2] 200 block of West Greene looking west from N. Wayne St.  [3] 301 W. Greene St. – the Upton home. [4] North Main Street looking north from the Public Square.  [5] A greeting car from Mr. & Mrs. Logan Frazier showing the Logan Frazier house during at the end of the blizzard – 400 North Downing (northwest corner of Ash and Downing) also known as the Rundle House.  [6] 600 block of Broadway looking south from Boone Street.  [7] 300 block of North Wayne Street looking north.  [8] Columns on the front porch of 301 W. Greene Street – stamped into the photograph is Nellie M. Bales, Piqua, O.  [9] The Upton yacht at dock – possibly on Lake Erie – photo taken in 1950  [10] Upton yacht at sea – possibly Lake Erie  [11] Three people relaxing on the Upton yacht  [12] A group gathering at the Upton home.  Individuals not identified.

6844

1950

Upton, Charles B. - photo (2)

4254

1977

Upton, Dr. (?) – photo

1238

c.1920

Uranium Pencil

968

c.1965

USO - United Services Organization - Exhibit materials put together for the Piquarea United Fund Campaign of 1983.  Materials included are: [1] "Today's USO" - brochure [2] Three photos of a USO bus tour in the orient. [3] USO Directory of Services [4] 1983 Piquarea United fund Campaign brochure [5] "USO - Service is Our Middle Name" brochure [6] USO WHEREVER THEY GO, vol. 20 no. 2, Summer 1983 [7] "The Serviceman's Wife - USO: It's a family affair" - poster [8] Dick Tracy poster: "USO Services are many!" [9] USO poster [10] USO: A Winning Tradition - poster [11] "Service Is Our Middle name" - poster [12] Remember, Your USO is a lot of laughs, and some very serious business, too." - poster [13] "A World of Services All Over the World" - USO - poster

4686

1983

USO - United Services Organization - Exhibit materials put together for the Piquarea United Fund Campaign of 1983 CONTINUED: [14] "USO: Home for the Holidays." - poster [15] Beetle Bailey & Sarg - "USO: Service is our Middle name" - poster [16] Milton Caniff (Steve Canyon) - "Don't forget your USO" - poster [17] "A Word of Services all over the world - USO" - poster [18] Dagwood & Blondie - "USO: A World of Services all over the World" - poster [19] "Imagine what happens when the show stops" - poster [20] "Who needs the USO? 5 million Americans do." - poster [21] Display board with the Dick Tracy poster and photographs. [22] "USO - Wherever they go!" - stand-up sign [23] "USO - Wherever they go!" - wall sign.

4686.1

1983

USO Christmas show photograph – Bob Hope and Ann Margaret on stage performing for the men of the 2nd Infantry Division near the Demilitarized Zone in South Korea on December 19, 1968.  The photograph was taken by Sgt. Richard Neibert serving with Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 72nd Armored Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. [Other photographs of the show can be found in the Pictures collection on the computers of the Local History Department.]

7044

1968

21-Jan-19