New and Updated Collections Available for Research

We have new manuscript collections available for research!  Click on the links to view the complete online (PDF) finding aids.

The following new collections were recently arranged and described and are now available for research:

  • Dayton Women’s Health Center Records (MS-479)
  • Dayton Liederkranz-Turner Collection (MS-480)
  • A Special Wish Foundation Records (MS-481)
  • American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) Bur Oak Chapter Records (MS-482)
  • Brad Tillson Inventing Flight Collection (MS-483)
  • Cleveland National Air Races Programs (SC-293)

The above recently processed manuscript collections #479-483 were completed by Public History students in the Advanced Archives class during spring semester.

Additional materials were recently processed into the following existing collections, so you might want to take another look at them:

  • Dayton Ballet Company Records (MS-48): 12 linear feet of materials added
  • Miami Conservancy District Records (MS-128): 2013 Annual Report (Box 7, File 15)
  • Juliet Stroh Blanchard Collection (MS-340)
  • Miami Valley School Records (MS-358)

New and improved finding aids are now available for:

  • Judge Merritt E. Schlafman Papers (MS-3)
  • Glenn Thompson Papers (MS-4)
  • Cincinnati, Hamilton, & Dayton Railroad Records (MS-6)
  • Minster Loan and Savings Company Records (MS-15)
  • West Liberty Wheel Company Records (MS-16)
  • Wolf and Wolf Segar Company Records (MS-17)
  • Logan County Agricultural Society Records (MS-18)
  • Wapakoneta Building and Savings Society Records (MS-19)
  • Dayton-Montgomery County Park District Records (MS-45)
  • Max Baker Aviation Collection (MS-88)
  • Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)
  • Coombs-Learned Family Papers (MS-182)
  • Harold R. Harris Papers (MS-214)

And there’s much more where that came from! You can browse all our collection guides online anytime!


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