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Tag Archives: Schenck family
Young Love in the Archives
Inspired by Valentine’s Day, I want to share an item that I first saw in the archives years ago while researching an exhibit on children. When I opened a folder in the Schenck Family Papers (MS-284), I discovered a pink … Continue reading
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1913 Flood Diaries & Letters: A Conclusion
It was four weeks ago that we first posted “1913 Flood Diaries & Letters: An Introduction,” the first in a series of several posts in which we’ve followed a handful of individual Daytonians through their 1913 flood ordeal, reading about their … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History Tagged 1913 Dayton Flood, 1913 Flood, Great Dayton Flood, Margaret Smell, MS-1, MS-284, MS-90, Neukom family, SC-85, Schenck family, Wright family Comments Off on 1913 Flood Diaries & Letters: A Conclusion
Flood Diaries & Letters: Thursday, April 10, 1913
J. G. C. Schenck, Sr. “Still have very bad cold. Rained most of day. AES attended to work at house. She & Georgie are cleaning up the furniture doors windows etc. are swelled very much so they can not be … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History Tagged 1913 Dayton Flood, 1913 Flood, Great Dayton Flood, MS-128, MS-284, MS-90, Neukom family, Schenck family Comments Off on Flood Diaries & Letters: Thursday, April 10, 1913