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Tag Archives: MS-70
New Collections Available for Research, May 2022
We have new manuscript materials available for research! Click on the links to view the complete online finding aids: Newly processed collections: MS-644: Independent Awning Company Business Records, 5 linear feet. MS-689: Health and Welfare Planning Council of the Dayton … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, SC&A Tagged digital collections, FSC-28, local government records, MS-152, MS-215, MS-358, MS-46, MS-644, MS-689, MS-693, MS-70, new collections, news, SC-375, SC-376, SC-8, UA-7, Xenia Comments Off on New Collections Available for Research, May 2022
New Digital Collection of 1923 Dayton Area Street Views
We are pleased to announce the recent digitization of the Dayton Telephone Pole Line Photographs (MS-70), which consists of 113 images of documenting the locations of telephone pole lines in Dayton and rural Montgomery County, Ohio, in March 1923. Most … Continue reading
Posted in Local History, SC&A Tagged CORE Scholar, digital collections, MS-70, new collections, news, photographs 1 Comment
New and Updated Collections available for Research, January-September 2020
We have new manuscript collections available for research! Click on the links to view the complete online (PDF) finding aids. The following new manuscript collections were recently arranged and described and are now available for research: MS-546: General James P. Mullins Speech … Continue reading