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Tag Archives: Xenia
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
Galloway Cabin and other Historic Homes in Xenia
The Galloway cabin is one of the oldest structures in Greene County, Ohio—indeed, one of the oldest in the Miami Valley. The cabin was built around 1799, when James Galloway, Sr., brought his wife Rebecca and his five children (4 … Continue reading
Posted in DDN and Dayton Tagged historic houses, history, Xenia Comments Off on Galloway Cabin and other Historic Homes in Xenia
Xenia Tornado of 1974
On April 3, 1974 an F-5 tornado tore through the heart of Xenia, killing 33 people and injuring more than 1,300 others. It bulldozed a path more than a half-mile wide, destroying or damaging more than 1,400 buildings, including 1,200 … Continue reading
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