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Tag Archives: MS-539
New Collection: Kuntz Family Scrapbook
The Kuntz Family Scrapbook, assembled by Leona Kling Kuntz, features newspaper clippings documenting the lives and activities of prominent Dayton-area families, especially the Kuntz family, over the course of 60 years. Leona (Kling) Kuntz began this scrapbook of newspaper clippings … Continue reading
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New and Updated Collections Available for Research, September 2019
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: SC-323: McFarland Collection of Wright-Findley Correspondence, 144 … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, SC&A Tagged collections, FSC-13, MS-532, MS-539, MS-542, MS-561, MS-569, MS-575, MS-594, MS-663, new collections, news, SC-323 Comments Off on New and Updated Collections Available for Research, September 2019