Small Collections F

 NAME

SC NO.     

DATE

NAME

SC NO.

DATE

F.M.C. Mixed Chorus pennant printing in English and Chinese

1915

n.d.

Factory Accounts Ledger Book - 1889

4120

1889

Factory Workers photograph - names of workers and name and location of factory are not given.

4621

c. 1910

Fahnestock, Rupert - 2 photos - U.S. Navy assigned to the USS Barry

3673

1908

Fair Housing Opens Doors -advertising poster from the Miami County Fair Housing Committee giving information on places to lodge complaints of housing discrimination.

4668

1992

Fair Tickets (6-copied): [1-3] Ohio State Fair, Youth Day, 1958, 1959, 1962. [4-5] Miami County Fair School Children's Ticket, 1958, 1960. [6] Little Pro Miniature Golf Course

3907

1958-1962

Family photograph – 8 ½” x 11” black/white glossy copy of a c. 1940 photograph of a husband, wife and an infant child taken outdoors with houses in the background.  The photograph was found outside the library by a patron in 2015 and languished in our lost and found for approximately three years.  The identity of the family is not determined.

7950

c. 1940

Farm Journal, The Vol. 28, No. 11 – November 1904, published by Wilmer Atkinson Company, Philadelphia

6475

1904

Farmer’s Centennial History of Ohio

371

1903

Farmer’s Institute Program, Springcreek – Washington Twp.

998

1931

Farmer’s Pocket Ledger, compliments of Harry Fouts Farm Implements, P.O., West Milton, Ohio – containing pen and ink drawings of John Deere farm equipment. c. 1934

6526

c. 1934

Farmer’s Pocket Ledger (78th Annual Edition) – compliments of W. H. Brelsford, Piqua, Ohio – the ledger is furnished by the John Deere Co. and advertises its farm implements.  W. H. Brelsford was a John Deere dealer.  There are some notes in the book of income and expenditures which were probably recorded by C.E. Clouse of RR 2, Covington, OH.

6212

1944

Farming - cultivating with a 2 horse hitch and a rake harrow - photograph

2099

?

Farragut Association of Naval Veterans, Port of New York  – special order for memorial assembly issued April 15, 1897 – this document was found with the papers of Sidney B. Cline.

6159

1897

Farrington Elevator

593

1983

Farrington, OH – photos

1039

1920

Fascination March Two-Step (The) sheet music – Piqua

1193

c.1890

Fast food discount coupons for: Little Caesars (pizza) (3 coupons); Marco’s Pizza (3 coupons); Susie’s Big Dipper (2 coupons); Rax (roast beef); Pizza Hut.

7722

1998

Favorite Cigar Stand, Piqua, Ohio, Ernest Wegley, prop. - $1.00 Token

5500

1932-1934

Favorite Furnaces Catalog - #111

981

c.1920

Favorite Hill Band - photograph

2126

c.1930

Favorite Hill Elementary School – aerial photograph in color c. 1990 – photo is 30” x 18”.  The photograph is housed in Drawer 21 of the Map Case.

7228

c. 1990

Favorite Hill stationery-receipt from J.B. Nichols to Stanhope Boal (copy)

4598

1920

Favorite Hotel – copy of a photograph of the Favorite Hotel and adjacent Piqua National Bank.  The photo is from the square looking to the northwest and is c. 1925.

6872

c. 1925

Favorite Stave & Range Co., Sand Molding Department, corner of South & Weber Streets - Marion S. Koon is seen in both photos - no other persons are identified.

4470

c. 1900

Favorite Stave and Range Co. - photo of John James Dilworth peeking around a Favorite base burner in the pattern shop, and a drawing of the completed stove.

3536

N.D.

Favorite Stove - Come & Dine: Amish Country Cooking pamphlet with a Favorite Stove base burner on the front.  Also a letter to Jim Oda from Chris Good that accompanied the pamphlet.

3076

n.d.

Favorite Stove – order card for one “Reservoir-only for 88-20 Birthday”

294

1906

Favorite Stove – photo

926

c.1900

Favorite Stove – photos (12 photos, letter)

743

1985

Favorite Stove & Range – cookbook – “Tireless Cooking”

317

1927

Favorite Stove & Range Co. - pattern shop photo - John James Dilworth is identified in the photo.  Also a photo (on the back) of the Dilworth and Lamoreaux families with many of the individuals identified.

4394

c. 1900

Favorite Stove & Range Co. - postcard: "Piqua's Leading Industry" with picture of boy in right bottom corner

3423

c. 1910

Favorite Stove & Range Co. Advertising Booklets

175

c.1900’s

Favorite Stove & Range Co. Price List

112

1903

Favorite Stove & Range Company, Piqua

4374

N.D.

Favorite Stove and Range Co. – Parts Order – sold to Henry Burkimer Hardware, March 8, (no year listed)

6149

n.d.

Favorite Stove and Range Co. - photographs of a "Herald Favorite" base burner stove and a letter from the Hobart Historical Society, Inc., the owner of the stove.  Letter is dated 5 October 2006 - 4 photos.

4305

c. 1890s

Favorite Stove and Range Co. - stationery - 2 copies of stationery listing Cecil Bachtenkircher, Representative, Winamac, Ind. - The back of these pages has been used as a sketch pad by an unidentified artist.  The originals are in the possession of Mrs. Jean Franz.

4313

n.d.

Favorite Stove and Range Co. photographs: Foundry, c. 1905 and Factory, c. 1893

6114

1893 & 1905

Favorite Stove and Range Company – Shop Order, August 13, 1928 – sold to H. Burkimer, St. Paris, Ohio

6146

1928

Favorite Stove and Ranges – Gas Ranges Portfolio #3

366

n.d.

Favorite Stove and Ranges – Gas Ranges Portfolio #6

367

n.d.

Favorite Stove Catalog - #11

980

c.1920

Favorite Stove Cookbook

983

1929?

Favorite Stove Foundry – photo

779

1905

Favorite Stove General Catalog - #500

982

1933

Favorite Stove Plant – photo

770

n.d.

Favorite Stove-Dolly’s photograph, B&W

1761

c.1970

Favorite Theatre – 311 N. Main Street

872

1912

Ferris State College musical program – “The King and I” – May 25-27, 1967 – from Don Smith who was a priest in the production

6960

1967

Fess - Lucy Fess campaign button and pamphlet - campaign for city commission and mayor

4916

c. 1993

Fess campaign sign-"Vote Twice for Fess"

4593

6-Nov-07

Fess, Lucy - business card Miami County Chapter, American Red Cross

2621

c. 1980

Fess, Lucy – campaign button

1320

n.d.

Fessler, Oscar – Groceries & Meats – calendar

335

1938-1939

Fifth Annual Western Ohio Track and Field Meet, Roosevelt Park, Piqua, Ohio, Saturday, May 8, 1926 – program and listing of participants.

7688

1926

Fighting on Guadalcanal - pamphlet

370

1943

Filling Stations Low Price (coupons)

58

1930’s

Fine Art of Dying: A walking Tour of Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio (The) – a brochure used during the tour and an advertising flyer – October 20, 2012

6143

2012

Fire- 100 Block W. Ash Photographs (3) Fire: 24 Jan. 1972

1784

1977

Fire Department on Water Street, Piqua

4630

1936

Fire photograph – Market Street near N. Main – February 1971

6111

1971

Fireman's Convention Yearbooks (2)

2538

1932, 1936

Fire-Piqua downtown (Jack's Drugs-N. Main St.)-7 photos

4584

2-Feb-71

Fires, Local- photographs

1783

1975

First Aid Handbook ‘Civilian Defense’

1649

1941

First Baptist Church, Piqua - Semper Fidelis Class Banquet Program - 28 October 1904 - Class officers listed.

3486

1904

First Baptist Church, Piqua, Ohio:  copies of all documents pertaining to a lawsuit listed as No. 11,480 Court of Common Pleas; Miami County, Ohio.  The Plaintiffs were: John E. Loy, John E. Bradley, George W. Licklider, Joseph S. Small and John P. Wood Trustees and officers of the First Baptist Church of Piqua for themselves and other members of said church.  The Defendants were: William Clatworthy (pastor of the church), George W. McKee, Howard Millburn, John T. Cathcart, Morris J. Stillwell, James Hardesty, E. B. Fristoe, Frank Veith and George Licklider.  The suit was filed in 1890 and not resolved until 1895 along with a companion suit in 1894-1895 by W. C. Johnston against First Baptist Church for non-payment of attorney’s fees.

5704

1890-1895

First Baptist Church, Piqua, Ohio:  copies of selected pages from the Clerk’s Minute Books for 1886-1908 and 1908-1911.  Also a set of hand written notes by Gary Meek on information found in the two minute books.  The 1908-1911 minute book ends with the union of First Baptist Church and Calvary Baptist Church into a single church, Piqua Baptist Church.

5705

1886-1911

First Baptist Church, Piqua, Ohio:  Letter of protest at the failed 1907 union of First Baptist and Calvary Baptist written by John Daganhardt to the Dayton Baptist Association.

5706

1908

First Border Savings Bank-plastic envelope

1998

c.1990's

First Century of Piqua (The), by J.A. Rayner - This first edition book printed in 1916 belonged to Clarence Schroerluke a close personal friend of J.A. Rayner.  The book is reported to be the second book off the Magee Bros. presses and out of the bindery.  The book was donated by John T. Carpenter.

5318

1916

First Christian Church, Piqua – The Home Economist

351

1929

First Christian Church, The, Piqua, OH:   Manual

154

c.1927

First Evangelical and Reformed Church, Piqua, Ohio – Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1873-1948 – Church History, Anniversary Program and Church Constitution.

6867

1948

First Evangelical and Reformed Church, Piqua, Ohio, 75th Anniversary 1873-1948 booklet

7800

1948

First Library in Ohio (The) - a booklet

2494

1976

First Presbyterian Church (Westminster Presbyterian) bulletin for Sunday 20 November 1949

6466

1949

First Presbyterian Church Choir – photo

1024

c.1900

First Presbyterian Church Directory (Franklin, OH)

142

1964

First Presbyterian Church programs

1017

1930’s-1940’s

First Presbyterian Church-“Liquor, Law & Liberty” pamphlets

1016

1930

First Reformed Church (northwest corner of S. Wayne & Miami Streets) - Junior Choir photo

3498

c. 1948

First Reformed Church, fire – photographs

1226

1921

First Regular Baptist Church, Piqua, Ohio – a document stating the desire of the congregation to build a new church building and seeking to raise money to build it.  The document is dated June 6, 1846.  More than 75 individuals signed the document and put a pledged amount in dollars or in goods or services.  The pledges were to be paid in three installments: April 1, 1847; September 1, 1847 and when the building was completed.  The building was finished in 1848 and was used by the congregation until 1911.  The building with some exterior modifications is still standing at 217 West High Street and is currently the Piqua Masonic Temple.  The document is on paper pasted to cloth and mounted on a wood spindle.  It is 44” long and 9” wide.  The following individuals signed the document and made pledges:  Charles Williams; Joseph Hilliard; Simeon French; B. P. Brown; Jonathan Drake; John Hilliard; W. M. Garvey; Wm Arnold; Joseph Brotherton; J. J. Goranto (?); Daniel Drake; Charles Hilliard; John R. Williams; H. Baker; Daniel French; Jacob Gray; Peter W. Moorehead; Johnathan Dungan; John L. Smith; John Woods; John Ewell; P. Lunpher; William Lemuen (?); John Defrees; Wm Henks; A. P. Higgins; Robert Smith; F. G. Morrow; E. Frost; L. Garvey; E. Benson; Albert Carson; James Pettiereua(?); E. H. Martin; Stephen Lanpher; Elizabeth Van Horn; Henrietta Chaperye(?); L.
W. Taylor; Stephen Winans; Z. P. Lins(?); Joseph Anderson; E. Clark; A. Balser; John Hamilton; Rankin Walkup; M.R. Hardenbrook; P. Riggon; Fleeson Levering; Susan Lee; W. F. High(?); James W. Riffel; John S. Riffel; James H. Ray; James Hardesty; J. W. Horton; M. P. Hilliard; J. T. Garvey; James M. Mekinny(?); D. Z. Homerfelt; John T. Milnerpal; Alfred Jenks; A. C. Alexander; Arthur Riggan; John Boney; B. Martin; James W. Nolen; William Lines; Vinage Russel; Isaac Johnson; B. Janes; Charles McSherry; J. H. Martin; Thomas Mowtons(?); Henry Darnold; L. D. Webb; Smith Talbott

7485

1846

First Street, 108 E., Piqua Lawn Fete ticket

1053

c.1900

First Street, 234

598

n.d.

The First Troy National Bank and Trust Company “303 Valuable Household Tips” booklet

7310

c. 1950s

First United Methodist Church, Troy, Ohio – 1976 Church Directory

6245

1976

Firsthand account of Albert Vaugher (11 pcs.)

1340

1913

Fitzpatrick, John Daily – Retirement papers from New York Central Railroad and the Railroad Retirement Board:  Letter from the RR Retirement Board.  Certificate of Service from the New York Central Railroad.  Certificate of Annuity from the Railroad Retirement Board.

5945

1947

Five trolley cars lined up in front of the hotel on the square, buggies parked to right with City Hall in the background.  8x10 b/w photo – c. 1895

5791

c. 1895

Flach Brothers Christmas Calendars, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1941.  Flach Brothers was a coal supply company at 431 Wood St., Piqua.

8240

1937-1941

Fleeger, Lois - certificates: Ohio Pupils Reading Circle (8), and Progress in Writing (2), and St. Paul's Sunday School Certificate

2356

c. 1940

Fleeger, Ruth - certificates: Ohio Public Reading Circle (8), and St. Paul's Sunday School Certificate

2357

c. 1940

Flesh - A. L. Flesh portrait - 13" x 16" - the portrait is signed "To Carl with warm regards bud from many years association.  A. L. Flesh".

4793

N.D.

Flesh – four pages from the Smith family Bible, one of which records the marriage of Nettie Gertrude Smith to Leo M. Flesh in Greene County, Ohio on June 27, 1889.  The genealogical entries in the Bible date from 1836 – 1889.

5714

1836-1889

Flesh – Henry Flesh in his office at either Citizens National Bank or a Border City Savings and Loan – also in the photo is his secretary and a man – customer – not identified. C. 1900

7910

c. 1900

Flesh – miscellaneous items found in the 1910 scrapbook of Gertrude Flesh daughter of L. M. and Gertrude S. Flesh.

5717

1910

Flesh – photographs identified only by first name or nickname from a scrapbook created in 1910 by Gertrude S. Flesh, daughter of Leo M. and Gertrude Smith Flesh.

5716

1910

Flesh – portraits of young children with connections to the Flesh family c. 1950 – the children are not identified. (3)

5721

c. 1950

Flesh – Quarter horse racing photographs from Tucson, Arizona.  A.L. Flesh is 4th from the left in photo #1 and is listed as an owner of “Black Easter” the horse. (3)

5723

1949

Flesh & Louis Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers – statement sent January 1, 1909 to Carl Schwartz

5901

1909

Flesh & Louis, The Big Clothiers - 1901 Calendar

3588

1901

Flesh / Piqua Public Library Christmas Party photographs: 1990, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, c. 2008

7401

various

Flesh photographs – [1] Leo Flesh mansion at 650 N. Downing; [2] Mr. and Mrs. Leo Flesh in front of their home [3] color portrait of Mrs. Gertrude Flesh, wife of Leo Flesh.

5718

No date

Flesh Public Library – “Flesh Tones” a bi-monthly newsletter to patrons and the public from the library – this folder contains the 6 newsletters from 2001.

6708

2001

Flesh Public Library – “Flesh Tones” a bi-monthly newsletter to patrons and the public from the library – this folder contains 5 newsletters from 2002.  The November/December newsletter is either missing or was never completed and printed.

6709

2002

Flesh Public Library – “Flesh Tones” newsletter

1721

1999-2000

Flesh Public Library – “Telephone Techniques” a seven step printed and cassette  taped set of instructions for answering the telephone and eliciting necessary information from the caller.  These instructional materials were written by Pat Best and are dated February 16, 1981. On the other side of the tape if “’Jimmy & Gloomy Christmas’ Sound Effects.”   The folder contains the print copy and the cassette tape.

6705

1981

Flesh Public Library – artist’s rendering of the 124 W. Greene St. Library with the 1976 addition.

5593

c. 1976

Flesh Public Library – Construction drawings for the 1976 addition to the east end of the library at 124 West Greene Street.  Steed-Hammond-Paul Architects did the design and engineering work.

5563

1976

Flesh Public Library – Floor plans for a proposed addition at 126 W. Greene St.  This addition was to be to the north and involved purchasing and demolition of the house and outbuildings to the north of the library.  Four drawings of the basement, first, second, and third floors done by Steed-Hammond-Paul Architects Inc.  Also three pages of notes concerning the proposed addition.

5530

c. 1991

Flesh Public Library - Library Card holder (envelop) c. 1990

3042

c. 1990

Flesh Public Library – misc. – library materials

708

n.d.

 

Flesh Public Library – proposed addition to 124 W. Greene St. by Freytag Associates Architects & Engineers – addition to the east attached to the 1976 addition and taking up the parking lot – 1991

5570

1991

Flesh Public Library – proposed addition to the east side by Freytag & Associates, Inc., Sidney, OH – plot plan and floor plans for basement and first floor.

5596

1976

Flesh Public Library - Spring Fling 22 May 1998 - a play "Death At The Frat House" - script and materials

2893

1998

Flesh Public Library - Staff Christmas Party photo, 1987

4370

1987

Flesh Public Library – three concept plans for a basement level addition to the library c. 1991.  These plans were probably submitted by library staff.

5521

c. 1991

Flesh Public Library – two proposed additions to 124 W. Greene St. by Steed-Hammond-Paul Architects & Engineers – main addition to the north expanding the basement and three floors.  A second addition to the east at the basement level attached to the 1976 addition and creating a parking deck over the basement east addition.  Plans dated 14 January 1992.

5571

1992

Flesh Public Library and Museum – Blue Ribbon and Certificate presented by the Ohio Association of historical Societies and Museums in the category “Youth/School Program” to Flesh Public Library and Museum for Piqua and Miami County: A Primer for Community History written by Linda Grimes and James C. Oda – 7 November 1992.

6040

1992

Flesh Public Library and Museum - Certificate of Appreciation for participating in the Ohio Memory Project - issued by the Ohio Historical Society, 26 March 2002

5082

2002

Flesh Public Library Annual Report

1776

1997

Flesh Public Library Annual Report

1777

1994

Flesh Public Library Annual Report

1779

1995

Flesh Public Library Annual Report 1987 - 1992

2730

1987-1992

Flesh Public Library book catalog

1760

1897

Flesh Public Library book mark – “The Library, Commemorating the dedication of the enlarged library building, April 2, 1978, Flesh Public Library, 124 W. Greene St., Piqua, Ohio 45356”

8302

1978

Flesh Public Library Book Sale - Sept. 1993 - 5 photographs

3578

1993

Flesh Public Library Building Needs

1778

1995

Flesh Public Library card issued to Sarah Patrizio, May 1996.  This card has the metal plate that was read by the charging machine in order to check out books.

8051

1996

Flesh Public Library Certificate of Operation Division of elevator Inspection 26 April 1985

2732

1985

Flesh Public Library Christmas Party Program - 15 December 2001

4894

2001

Flesh Public Library- Feasibility Study: Various Expansion Options for Flesh Public Library

1987

1972

Flesh Public Library Holiday Recipe Collection,  December 2005 - cookbook

5322

2005

Flesh Public Library Local History Department – History Day Projects – 2005 – Gary Meek, Department Coordinator – 3 photographs

7403

2005

Flesh Public Library Local History Department  Open House Invitation

1697

1986

Flesh Public Library patron packet – given out when a patron requests a library card – 1992

6880

1992

Flesh Public Library Photographic slides- before new addition

1973

1976

Flesh Public Library Photographic Slides-Interior

1974

1986

Flesh Public Library photographs - Wally White - director; mezzanine addition

4368

c. 1970's

Flesh Public Library Photographs (3): [1] Party at Geyer's for Mr. Wu, 17 Oct. 1968 [2] Banquet, n/d. [3] Library at night, c.1968 

3753

1968

Flesh Public Library Postal Machine Readings Record Book

1245

1977-1979

Flesh Public Library staff “Spring Fling”: May 22, 1998 – Murder Mystery, the suspects; April 2002 – breakfast at Cracker Barrel (2)

7412

1998 & 2002

Flesh Public Library staff awards reception – October 5, 2001 (2)

7413

2001

Flesh Public Library staff party at Jim Oda’s, 223 W. North St., May 9, 1997

7411

1997

Flesh Public Library Staff Photographs

1722

1970’s –1990’s

Flesh Public Library staff picture-2007Christmas Party at High Marks, Troy

4602

2007

Flesh Public Library Study 91048 – Estimate of Cost and shelving design in a new addition.  This study was done c. 1991.  The costs were for building an new addition to the north and remodeling the existing library and bringing it up to code.

5512

c. 1991

Flesh Public Library Summer Reading Report 1990

2731

1990

Flesh Public Library, “Holiday Recipe Collection, December, 2006”

7938

2006

Flesh Public Library, employee photographs c. 1990: [1] Jim Oda [2] Pat Best [3] Barb Sanderson [4] Nancy Spillane [5] Patty Smith and Jan Elsasser [6] Patty Smith and ? [7] [8] [9] Puppet Theater

3059

1990

Flesh Public Library, Local History Department, Architecture In The Upper Miami Valley

3063

n.d.

Flesh Public Library: [1] Film Catalog 1985-86 [2] Information Packets (3)  [3] Library Cards (6).

4825

c. 1986

Flesh Public Library: Holiday Recipe Collection - December, 2006

4347

2006

Flesh Public Library-Local History Department - award of appreciation from the Cooperative Business Education Program, Piqua High School - 18 May 2005

5081

2005

Flesh, A. L. – plat map (plan) for A. L. Flesh Subdivision No. 1.  The subdivision is on the east side of Sunset, north of Park Ave. and includes 12 lots and two streets which are currently known as Alpha Dr. and Omega Dr.  The date of the plan is 14 February 1956

5517

1956

Flesh, Alfred L. Jr. – certificate – “In Grateful Memory of Technician Fifth Grade Alfred L. Flesh, Jr. who died in the service of his country in the Southwest Pacific Area, January 9, 1945 . . .”  The Certificate is signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States of America.

5602

1945

Flesh, Alfred L. Jr. - Purple Heart Certificate - 14 March 1945

4307

1945

Flesh, Alfred Louis - 1909 Pean, yearbook of old Exeter Prep School, Exeter, NH.  Alfred Flesh was a member of the 1909 graduating class.  His parents were Leo M. and Gertrude Flesh of 650 N. Downing St.  Leo was a partner in Flesh & Louis Clothing Store, and was President of Atlas Underwear Co.  ALSO:  William Newell Todd of Piqua was a member of the class of 1909.  His parents were Edgar A. and Ida M. Todd of 726 N. Downing St.  Edger was the Treasurer of Atlas Underwear Co.

3733

1909

Flesh, L.M. and J.C. Hiegel - agreement to sell 120 acres from the estates of Tillie Stern and Caroline Flesh known as the Moses Froehlich farm, dated 22 November 1928

2589

1928

Flesh, L.M., Agent for Flesh & Stern, 206 N. Main St. - an insurance policy envelope from the J. Ben Wilkinson Co., General Insurance. 421-425 Orr Flesh Building, Piqua

3554

N.D.

Flesh, Marion – Red Cross pins (3) U.S.A. pins (2)

1438

c.1940

Fletcher Cemetery – a pamphlet covering the history of the cemetery, symbols on the grave markers, a cemetery tour and a map of the cemetery. (2 copies)

5435

n.d.

Fletcher Cemetery - brief history, symbols on the grave markers, and a walking tour.

4411

N.D.

Fletcher Centennial Scrapbook - 1950 - compiled by Leonard Hill

3138

1950

Fletcher High School – graduation invitation sent by Miss Wilda Dale Davis to Mrs. Nettie Miller of Indianapolis, Ind.  “The Class of 1906 of Fletcher High School requests the honor of your presence at the Commencement Exercises, Tuesday Evening, the Twenty-Second of May 1906 at the Town Hall, Fletcher, Ohio.

8296

1906

Fletcher United Methodist Church, Service of Consecration, order of service.  July 19, 2009

8042

2009

Fletcher, Keith B. - Border City Savings and Loan Co. - photo

4253

1978

Fletcher, OH (Brown Twp.) Memorial Day Souvenir Program

817

1976

Fletcher, Ohio minutes, by laws, and ordinance (2 copies)

4103

1848-1869

Fletcher, Ohio officers and councilmen year by year from the time of its incorporation.

4102

1848-1899

Fletcher, Ohio Plat Map with voting places listed

3229

1956

Flood - 1913 Great Miami River Flood photographs

2063

1913

Flood - 1937: Hansbrough Scrapbook

3394

1937

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Miami Union, Troy, 3 April 1913

2943

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Eighth Flood Edition, 3 April 1913

2949

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition, 26 March 1913

2944

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Fourth Flood Edition, 29 March 1913

2946

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Ninth Flood Edition, 4 April 1913

2950

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Seventh Flood Edition, 2 April 1913

2948

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call Third Flood Edition, 28 March 1913

2945

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call, 7 April 1913

2951

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call, 8 April 1913

2952

1913

Flood 1913, Newspaper, Piqua Daily Call, Sixth Flood Edition, 1 April 1913

2947

1913

Flood newspapers – The Piqua Daily Call Flood Editions Numbers 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (2 copies).

6251

1913

Flood Newspapers 1913: (1) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition, 26 March 1913 [2 copies], (2) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #2, 27 March 1913, (3) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #3, 28 March 1913, (4) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #4, 29 March 1913, (5) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #5, 31 March 1913 [2 copies], (7) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #7, 2 April 1913, (8) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #8, 3 April 1913, (9) Piqua Daily Call Flood Edition #10, 5 April 1913.

2671

1913

Flood Newspapers, 1913: [A] Piqua Leader-Dispatch, Friday, 28 March 1913.  [B] Piqua Leader-Dispatch, Saturday, 29 March 1913.  [C] Piqua Leader-Dispatch, Monday, 31 March 1913.  [D] Piqua Leader-Dispatch, Wednesday, 2 April 1913.  [E] Piqua Leader-Dispatch, Saturday, 5 April 1913.  [F] Dayton Daily News, Wednesday, 2 April 1913, front page.

2921

1913

Flood of 1913 - "Lest We Forget", Program for "A civic observance in appreciation of the work of the Miami Conservancy District . . .", 25 March 1947

2930

1947

Flood of 1913 - Dayton Flood photographs - 19 photos

2931

1913

Flood of 1913 - Lest We Forget, a booklet published by the Miami Conservancy District, 25 March 1947

2929

1947

Flood of 1913 - Military Pass permitting Miss Mary McKinney to pass all sentry posts, signed by Charles W. Kiser, Mayor of Piqua

2795

1913

Flood of 1913 – Script for a Reader’s Theater production commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Great Miami River Flood of 1913.  Written by James C. Oda and performed at the Piqua Public Library on Sunday, 24 March 2013.  Participants in the production were James C. Oda, Lorna Swisher, Jennifer Gariety, Nancy Spillane and Gary Meek

6411

2013

Flood of 1913 newspaper-Fourth Flood edition, Piqua Daily Call-March 23, 1913

4610

1913

Flood of 1913 newspaper-Second Flood edition, Piqua Daily Call-March 27, 1913

4612

1913

Flood of 1913 newspaper-Seventh Flood edition, Piqua Daily Call-April 2, 1913 (printed on butcher paper by Magee Printing)

4611

1913

Flood of 1913, Newspaper, The Piqua Daily Call, Saturday, 5 April 1913 - "Tenth Flood Edition" (2 copies)

2937

1913

Flood of 1995 – “A River Ran through it” – A Piqua Daily Call Special Edition – “The flood of 1995 through Piqua lenses”

6322

1995

Flood photograph (copy) – 400 N. Downing – Rundle House on the corner of Ash & N. Downing Sts. March 25, 1913 (67)

6414

1913

Flood Photograph’s (3)

1389

1913

Flood Photographs – 1913 Great Miami River Flood pictures – 5x7 b&w some are copied: [1] Manning Street near Home Ave. [2] Farrington Bridge [3] Farrington Bridge [4] Ruins of Orr Felt & Blanket Co. [5] Looking east across the river at Shawnee (2 originals and 2 copies) [6] Looking east from Piqua Milling Co. [7] River at its highest point [8] Wrecked Bridge Street Bridge

5771

1913

Flood Photographs - 1913: [1] Park Ave. looking east toward Downing St. [2] East Piqua - 26 March 1913. [3] Looking east from East High St. showing the river cutting a new channel between Race and Manning Streets. [4] After the flood, Greene St. east of New St. [5] Old Gensingler home.

3515

1913

Flood Photographs (11)

1803

1913

Flood photographs numbered “14” and “17” – the back of the photos identifies the photos as being from Piqua, Ohio however the location of the photos has not been determined.  The photos seem to be from the 1937 flood (determined by looking at the style of dress of the onlookers) and if they are then the location must be on the east side of the river in the Rush Creek area.

7122

c. 1937

Flood, 1913 – Great Miami River Flood of 1913 – Death Certificates of some of the victims of the flood:  Susan Wolfert, Eva H. Thomas, Florence Schlosser, Bertha Heidle, Pauline Heidle, Louise Hohendorf (Horndorf), Clark B. Jamison, Hilda Jane Landon (London), Geo Sublet, Hazel L. Millhouse, Hellen Emma Edith Millhouse, Fredrick Maurice Price.

4881

1913

Flood, 1913 – Great Miami River Flood of 1913 – Death Certificates of some of the victims of the flood:  George Woods, Anna Elizabeth Wank (Wauk), Grace Orpha Schlosser, Elizabeth Cruse, Luther Calvin Cruse, Abbie Dillon, Dorthy Gasaway, James Gillard

4882

1913

Flood, 1913 – Great Miami River Flood of 1913 – Death Certificates of some of the victims of the flood:  Rachael Wank (Wauk), Belle Spencer, Albert Becker, Myrtle Behm, Charles Kenneth Croner (Eroner), Charles W. Croner (Eroner), Mary Croner (Eroner), Issac Kerns, John Heidle

4883

1913

Flood, 1913 – Great Miami River Flood of 1913 – Death Certificates of some of the victims of the flood:  Samantha Ann Ward, Cornelia R. Spencer, Anna V. Schlosser, John Reiber, Harly E. Price, Susan Mabel Morgan (Atsan M. Morgan), John Morris Millhouse, William W. Kindell

4884

1913

Flood, 1913 – Troy – Miami Valley Sunday News – March 27, 1988

1939

1988

Flurentine sample room, 104 N. Main, Weber, owner – photograph copies (2)

1341

c.1897

Flying – magazine

287

1920

Fogt – 8 x 10 b/w photo of the Harley Wilbor Fogt family taken c. 1930.  [2] copy of a telegram telling Harley Fogt that his son had been wounded in action in Belgium on 23 January 1945.  [3] Hospital report on the condition of Pvt. Richard W. Fogt, mailed to Harley Fogt.  [4] newspaper article about Harley Fogt’s four sons in the armed forces in WWII, no date on the article but probably sometime during 1944.

6018

c. 1930, 1944, 1945

Fond Kiser Concert, August 2, 2019, sponsored by WKRP & Piqua High School Class of 1979 – Concert title was “Rollin’ It Back. Payin’ It Forward. – There’s No Place Like Home.”  This concert raised $5100.00 for the Piqua City Schools Music Program.  The following materials related to the concert are included in this folder:  [1] 5 envelopes addressed to the concert and printed as replica’s of Hotel Favorite envelopes, each with a John Lennon U.S. Forever stamp cancelled on August 2, 2019.  [2] A Proclamation signed by Mayor Kathryn B. Hinds, declaring August 2, 2019 as Piqua High School Class of 1979 Day. [3] Five tickets to the concert which was held at The Octagon Barn on the Orrmont Estate.  [4] Five cards printed “This Seat is RESERVED for Guest.”

8212

2019

Fond Kiser Concert, August 2, 2019, sponsored by WKRP & Piqua High School Class of 1979: [1] Thank you letters from Dwayne A. Thompson, Superintendent of Piqua City Schools, to the Class of 1979, Chris Good and Fond Kiser.  [2]  5 envelopes addressed to the concert and printed as replica’s of Hotel Favorite envelopes, each with a John Lennon U.S. Forever stamp cancelled on August 2, 2019.  Inside each envelope is a ticket to the concert and a U.S. $2.00 bill, each with a John Lennon U.S. Forever stamp cancelled on August 2, 2019 in the upper right hand corner of the bill.  The tickets are stamped with red wine glasses.  These envelopes were handed out to class members as commemorative gifts at the class reunion.  [3] 5 copies of the concert advertising poster.

8213

2019

Fond Kiser Concert, August 2, 2019, sponsored by WKRP & Piqua High School Class of 1979:  Two concert posters, both signed by Fond Kiser and one signed “Thank You, Fond! Chris Good” and the other signed “Thank You. Piqua!  We raised over $5000 for Piqua Music Students.  Chris Good, PHS 1979.    

8214 – in large flat box

2019

Food Garden Primer - "How, What, How Much"

2505

1917

Food Stamps shopping with instructional booklets (2 pc.)

1323

1975

Football – four photographs of local semi-professional football teams and players – c. 1920’s

5725

c. 1920’s

Football Program - Piqua Central vs. Miamisburg, 14 October 1949

2434

1949

Football Program – Piqua vs. Miamisburg

1209

1929

Football Program – Piqua vs. Sidney

1210

1928

Foreman Facts: A Special Service for Supervisors, issued twice monthly by the Labor Relations Institute - 5 October 1945 - 5 March 1946 [11 issues]

4938

1945-46

Forest Hill Cemetery 8x10 b/w photos [1 & 2] Entrance to Cemetery with wrought iron vehicle gates closed and one pedestrian gate open – summer.  [3] On road inside cemetery entrance – winter with snow on the ground – all photos are c. 1900

5793

c. 1900

Forest Hill Cemetery and Piqua Cemetery Association Records -  [1] Minutes of the meetings of the association from 14 March 1846-11 June 1861 [2] Alphabetical Index of Owners' names, lot, and section numbers - "A-L" [3] List of Owner's Names, lot number, and certificate number.  [4] List of Lots in Cemetery on Park Avenue Piqua Exchanged and the lot numbers for which they were exchanged in Forest Hill - 1869-1878. [5] List of Lots Sold or Exchanged - 16 April 1878-6 Sept.1879. [6] List of sales and exchanges of lots at Forest Hill by lot number.  [7 & 8] List of Bodies moved to Forest Hill - 25 Mar. 1869-15 October 1962  [9 & 10] Plat maps with names of internees [11] Plat of Section 10A - St. Mary's Part and a list of owners.  [12] Plat of single graves in St. Joseph Part and list of internees.

3589

1988

Forest Hill Cemetery Baby Row - color photographs of graves and grave markers of infants buried at Forest Hill.

3476

c.1988

Forest Hill Cemetery Deed to Lot no. N1/2-104, Section No. St. Marys belonging to Mrs. Florence Toomey and dated 6 May 1931.

5040

1931

Forest Hill Mausoleum photographs (3) Dorsey, Orr, Brown

1734

n.d.

Forest Hill Union Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio – Master Plan Draft, 4 December 2006

5375

2006

Forest Hill Union Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio – Master Plan, 7 February 2007

5376

2007

Forest Hill Union Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio, Master Plan, February 7, 2007

5983

2007

Forgotten Communities of Miami County – a presentation brochure for a program by Doug Christian, former Miami County Engineer

6086

2012

Forgotten Communities of Miami County – a program compiled by Doug Christian, former Miami County Engineer, about 20 small communities that existed in Miami County in the 1800’s.  The program as presented by Doug Christian is a PowerPoint slide presentation.  This file contains the print program handed out at the time of the presentation.

6489

2013

Forrest L. Schmidlapp publicity photo with resume of acting experience on the back.

6480

c. 1975

Fort Ancient - Indian Mounds - Photographs - from Rayner clippings

2041

?

Fort Ancient booklet

2504

1905

Fort Eustis, Virginia – panoramic photograph 41” x 10” in a wood frame 43” x 12”.  A small 48 star flag is located inside the frame at the upper left.  Individual photographs of two soldiers were placed in the bottom of the frame.  The photograph was taken before 1941 because there is a note on the photo which says, “Post is two times as big now.  November 1, 1941”.  .  This photo is stored on the 3rd floor with the art collection.

7305

c. 1940

Fort Loramie, OH - Report on the Historic Inventory of Fort Loramie, Ohio

3172

n.d.

Fort Pickawillany Historic Marker-last battle of the French & Indian War-photo

2206

1898

Fort Pickawillany Sesquicentennial stamp

3307

1938

Fort Pickawillany wooden nickel

3306

1938

Fort Piqua Hotel - Fifteen photographs of the 1991 tour of the Fort Piqua Hotel led by Jim Oda.  Photos taken by Sonya Lehman.

5272

1991

Fort Piqua Hotel – The Millsford, Executive Conference Center of the Miami Valley – 1993.  A proposal by Mid States Mortgage Corporation to completely renovate and add a new wing to the Fort Piqua Hotel. The addition would nearly double the size of the Hotel and turn it into a major conference center.  The architects were Richard Rauh & Associates and McBride & Kelley.  The twenty page booklet is written as if the project were already completed.  The booklet contains floor plans and interior and exterior elevations.  The project died for lack of funding.

7472

1993

Fort Piqua Hotel Artifacts - Item found during the renovation of the Plaza/Fort Piqua Hotel:  [1] W. C. Brown Taxi Cab Line, Piqua, rate card.  [2] Photograph of a lady.  Mathews Studio, Piqua, c. 1900.  [3] Partial piece of note paper with a series of figures on the back. "Hotel Favorite": J.W. Barron, Prop., B.A. Hayes, Manager - c. 1917

4397

1900, 1917, c. 1935

Fort Piqua Hotel Construction Commencement Ceremony invitation and photos of the crowd and the group of library employees who were present - 14 December 2006

4453

2006

Fort Piqua Hotel exterior black/white photographs – 10 photos – 4x6 black/white – taken c. 2001 – negatives are included in the file

8093

c. 2001

Fort Piqua Hotel exterior color photographs – 8 photos – 4x6 color – taken c. 2001 – negatives are included in the file

8092

c. 2001

Fort Piqua Hotel exterior photographs taken in April 2001.  There are six 3 ½” x 5” black/white photographs.

8091

2001

Fort Piqua Hotel interior black/white photos – 15 photos – 4x6 black/white – dated April 9, 2001.  Also, 10 photos – 5x7 black/white – dated April 9, 2001

8094

2001

Fort Piqua Hotel interior black/white photos – 15 photos – 4x6 black/white – dated c. 2001.

8095

c. 2001

Fort Piqua Hotel Registration/Check-in Desk – 4x6 black/white photograph showing three men, two in front and one behind the desk.  This photograph is from the period (1965-1976) during which Miram A. Heckerman was the manager of the hotel and it is possible that he is the one behind the desk.  The two in front are not identified.

6519

c. 1970

Fort Piqua Hotel Restoration Project - Construction Commencement Ceremony - December 14, 2006

4378

2006

Fort Piqua Hotel Restoration Project – letters between Evelyn Mahrt and City Manager Mark Rohr concerning plans to restore the Fort Piqua Hotel and a copy of a letter to the editor in 2002 concerning the idea of moving the Library to a renovated Fort Piqua Hotel.  The letters range from 1999 to 2002.

7220

1999-2002

Fort Piqua Hotel, Entrance - photo

3692

c. 1960

Fort Piqua Plaza – five 11"x17" photographs of the building and a Stitch-A-Photo pattern (4 pages) developed from one of the photos.  The pattern was used to produce a counted-cross-stitch picture of the building.  The picture is 20" w. x 16" h. and is in a frame which is 37" w. x 33" high.  The picture took approximately 800 hours to finish.  The picture was donated to the Library by Ms. Ruth Ann Grove.

5284

2010

Fort Piqua Plaza – Piqua Public Library – ceremony in December 2006 to turn on the electric power to the building in preparation for beginning the renovation – 6 photographs – renovation began in January 2007.

7402

2006

Fort Piqua Plaza – three samples of wall coverings which were salvaged from the third floor of the hotel prior to renovation.

5163

n.d.

Fort Piqua Plaza Dedication ceremony – October 19, 2008 – U.S. Senator George Voinovich, James C. Oda

7406

2008

Fort Piqua Plaza Grand Ballroom – 3 copies of the program for the “first Gala event in the restored Fort Piqua Plaza Grand Ballroom.” Evening of October 22, 2008.  The painting of the building for the program was done by Roe Kienle.

7423

2008

Fort Piqua Plaza Reconstruction – Cost Estimate Spreadsheet – Orr-Statler Block Preliminary Budget Revised 07-16-04 Draft V Revised to mothball floors 3, 4 and 5 – 02-20-05.  Distributed 3-2-2005

5579

2005

Fort Piqua Plaza Restoration Project – architects renderings of the exterior, second floor and fourth floor.  Jeff Wray Architects 2006

5599

2006

Fort Piqua Plaza-Grand Opening: Oct. 19, 2008 (2 magazines)

5004

10/19/2008

Fortnightly Club – 100th Anniversary – photos

684

1990

Fortnightly Club – 100th Anniversary History

801

1989

Fortnightly Club Constitution, Piqua, Ohio – Constitution adopted March 10, 2006

6031

2006

Fortnightly Club Constitutions: [1] no date, [2] 1934, [3] 1953, [4] 1970.

3357

various

Fortnightly Club meeting October 10, 2014 – program was author Mark Bernstein author of McCulloch of Ohio: For the Republic among other books.

6984

2014

Fortnightly Club of Piqua, Ohio 1889-1964 - Seventy-Fifth Anniversary booklet.  This booklet contains a history of the club and a list of all members and the year in which they were elected.  Many of the names in the list include the maiden names of the ladies.  There is also a list of current active members (1969) and their addresses and finally a list of all past presidents of the club.

5143

1969

Fortnightly Club of Piqua, Ohio 1889-2004 – a booklet for the 115th Anniversary of the club.  It contains a history, a list of membership by year, a list of Past Presidents of the club and a list of active members as of May 2004

6032

2004

Fortnightly Club Program

1495

1981

Fortnightly Club Program 1992-1993

3102

1992

Fortnightly Club Programs :  1930-1931, 1932-1934, 1940-1941, 1942-1944, 1946-1950.

3361

1930-1950

Fortnightly Club Programs : 1920-1924, 1925-1930

3360

1920-1930

Fortnightly Club Programs:  1889-1891, 1904-1910

3358

1889-1910

Fortnightly Club Programs:  1910-1920

3359

1910-1920

Fortnightly Club Programs: 1950-1959, 1960-1963, 1964-1967, 1968-1970.

3362

1950-1970

Fortnightly Club, 75th Anniversary booklet listing all current and previous members, officers, and a history of the club

2775

1964

Fortnightly Club, Piqua, Ohio Season Program 1907-1908.  The topic for the season was “Germany”

6047

1907

Fortnightly Club, Piqua, Ohio Season Study Program 1904-1905

6046

1904

Fountain Park - Carson & Barnes, 5 Ring Circus poster - Circus sponsored by the Piqua Indian Athletic Boosters.

3474

n.d.

Fountain Park , Piqua, Ohio - postcard labeled "Rustic Bridges" - Mrs. Henry Krey on address side

4157

c. 1905

Fountain Park 4th of July Celebration Program - 5 July 1982

4171

1982

Fountain Park Pavillion ticket to the Commemorative Performance of TALAWANDA, a Historical Drama of Fort Piqua, September 23, 1938

2546

1938

Fountain Park, Western Ohio Fair Grounds Race Track - photograph

2031

?

Four Kings of Harmony -1. George Moss; 2. Leslie Wall; 3 Arthur Smith; 4. John Mills, Sr.

5006

n.d.

Fractured Follies – 1988 – script for Citizens Heritage Bank Ad during the Follies

6237

1988

Fractured Follies – a musical variety show put on by the Piqua Memorial Medical Center Auxiliary as a fund raiser – photographs: 2- 3 ½” X 5” black and white;  5 – 4 X 6 color prints -  the photos are from the 1984 production.  Included is a photo envelope.

6675

1984

Fractured Follies [Fund raiser for Piqua Memorial Hospital] – photographs from the 1982 production: [1] Dr. Jack Steinhilber talking to group [2] Debbie Nicodemus (make-up) [3] Robert Shelfow (r) Sue Smith (l) ___ [4] [5] [6] Robert Shelfow – director [7] Fred Werling & Dorothy Kastner [8] Barb and Dale Davis [9] Bill & Suzanne Lester [10] Robert Shelfow, Dr. Jack Steinhilber, Sue Smith [11] Lucy Fess (l) Kathleen Scarbrough (r) Howard Miller (seated) [12] Louise Scott [13] Bill & Micki Wills [14] Charles & Nancy Woods (r) ? (l) [15] Virginia Fite (Mrs. Robert) [16] Sandy & Chuck Hemm [17] Bob & Mary Barton, Don & Debbie Nicodemus  [18] Jean Burner, Dr. Dale and Mary Lou Hudson [19] Mr. & Mrs. Charles Sanders, Emerson & Viola Clemens [20] Janice McAfee (piano), Cheryl Neuenschwander, Barbara Ulbrich

6637

1982

Fractured Follies photographs from the 1982 production which are not identified – 10 photos

6638

1982

Fractured Follies – photos

966

1988

Fractured Follies program – April 18, 19, 20, 1986

5476

1986

Fractured Follies program – April 2, 3, 1982

5475

1982

Fractured Follies program – April 22, 23, 24, 1988

5477

1988

Fractured Follies program – April 27, 28, 29, 1990

5478

1990

Fractured Follies program – April 7, 8, 9, 1995

5479

1995

Fractured Follies Program 1984

2607

1984

Fractured Follies Programs & Tickets

967

1988

Fractured Follies table advertisement - 1990

4898

1990

Fractured Follies Thank You note card - 1988

4897

1988

Frame Collection

223

1863-1913

Frame Military Service Documents

1512

1865-1918

Frame, Adolphus B., M.D. - [1] Diploma (in Latin) from the Ohio College of Medicine for the degree Doctor of Medicine, 2 March 1868.  [2] Certificate from the College of Mariettensis, 14 June 1905.

3473

1868, 1905

Francis, Norbert – photo

642

1940’s

Francony, Kenneth – Shop Theory, Henry Ford Trade School, Dearborn, Michigan, copyright 1934, revised in 1941.  This book belonged to Kenneth Francony while he attended this school, possibly as part of his Army training.

7125

1941

Francony, Kenneth – U.S. Army Sargent during World War II stationed in Fairbanks, Alaska 1942-1945:  [1] 8 page instructions issued to Pvt. Kenneth Francony, 6th Repair Sqd. A.C. Patterson Field.  Instructions are for “The Flag of the United States” and “Military Discipline, Courtesies and Customs of the Service”;  [2] 7 page instructions issued to Pvt. Kenneth Francony, 6th Repair Sqd. A.C., Patterson Field, Fairfield, Ohio.  Instructions are entitled “Outline for the Automatic Pistol” and describes the nomenclature, cleaning, operation and instruction in the use of the M1911, .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol (2 copies)

7124

1942

Frank Hemm - photo 1910, had Harley-Davidson Agency, later Buick Agency in Piqua

2526

1910

Franklin Thrift Store photograph envelope – dated March 26, 1935 – it held photos and negatives for Sylvan and Marvel Harris.

7132

1935

Frantz Family pictures

1705

1800’s-1920’s

Franz - Franz family photos and clippings [These are copies of original photographs and of the clippings.  Original photographs remain with the family.]  [1] Carolyn Anderson and Henrietta Franz in front of Franz Grocery Store, 713 S. Roosevelt.  [2] Joe Franz and Mother Henrietta Franz in front of their grocery at 713 S. Roosevelt.  [3] Clipping from the Piqua Daily Call, 19 June 1963 - installation of Fred Franz as Commander of Schnell-Westfall Post 184, American Legion.

3614

c. 1945 & 1963

Franz Family - photo - Kenneth A. Franz, Fred T. Franz, Fred B. Franz, Ed White - in an old car in the 1961 Memorial Day Parade

3904

1961

Franz family and neighbor - photograph - Henrietta Franz, Mrs. Artie Murray, Joe Franz Jr., and Dorothy Franz - photos (2)

3727

c.1925

Franz family photograph - photo taken on steps in front of the Franz Grocery at 713 S. Roosevelt Ave.  It was taken for Joe Franz who was on Midway in WWII.  The 10 people are identified on the back of the photo.

3726

1942

Franz, Jean:  Photographs of Franz family and friends: [1] Dick Sullenberger, Frank Collins, Kenny Graham, Jack Murray, Dewayne Livesay, Dale Petersime, Fred Franz (kneeling) ]2\ Fred Franz at Piqua Rapp's Fire [3] Henrietta Franz and Caroline Anderson [4] Caroline Anderson and Henrietta Franz [5] Emery Schmelzl [6] Park & Madison Market [7] Ruth Franz inside the Oak Bar  [8] Joe Franz, Sr. and Henry Franz  [9] Joe Franz, Jr. [10] Henrietta Franz and Caroline Anderson  [11 ]Henrietta Franz & Caroline Anderson [12] Henrietta Franz, Harold Fagan, Caroline Anderson [13] Senior Class Memories Book [14] House on the lot of Marathon Station n.e. cor. Water & Downing [15] Teachers at Bennett School 1949-1950 [16] Parade on Main St. [17] Southwest cor. Miami & Roosevelt [18] Kenny Sullenberger [19] Fire, 100 block Camp St. [20] 100 block South St. [21] Site of first bomb dropped at Pearl Harbor

3965

1950-1960

Franz, Joe Sr. and his sister, Emma Jacomet - photo (1)

3723

c.1940

Freeman – Funeral guest book / memorial record for the funeral of R. Harry Freeman who died January 23, 1959.  The book was provided by J. C. Cron & Sons Funeral Directors, Piqua, Ohio.  Also included is a mounted laminated copy of the obituary of R. Harry Freeman from the Piqua Daily Call, January 24, 1959

6554

1959

Freeman, Ruth and Esther.  Two tintype photos:  [1] Ruth and Esther Freeman ages three years and one year.  [2] Ruth Freeman age 3 years – c. 1870

6559

c. 1870

French Oil & Machinery, Holiday Decorations – photo

1139

1983

French Oil Baseball Team – photo

1125

c.1940

French Oil Hydraulic Cage Press Booklet

1294

c.1920

French Oil Mill Machine Company – Christmas ornament issued by Mainstreet Piqua as part of the “Made in Piqua” series of ornaments

5502

2010

French Oil Mill Machinery Co. - Company Christmas Cards for 1980, 1984, and 1985 with pictures of the employees on them.

3529

1980, 1984, 1985

French Oil Mill Machinery Co. - The French Press, published by, for, and in the interests of the employees of French Oil.  Included in the collection are volume 1, nos. 2-5 (1969); vol. 2, nos. 1-4 (1970); vol. 3, nos. 1 & 4 (1971); vol. 7, no. 4 (1975); vol. 8, nos. 1 & 3 (1976); vol. 9, nos. 1-3 (1977); vol. 10, no. 1 (1978); vol. 11, no. 4 (1979); vol. 12, nos. 2-4 (1980); vol. 13, no. 2 (1981).  NOTE: Except for the first year when five issues were published, The French Press appears to have been published four times per year.  There does not appear to have been a regular schedule - generally the issues came out during the spring, summer, fall, and at Christmas.  This folder contains 21 issues.

3558

1969-1981

French Oil Mill Machinery Co. employees photograph - Sy Simons, Charles B. Upton, and Albert Schlanzer are identified on the back.

3591

c. 1910

French Oil Mill Machinery Company – assembly of a 12 section vertical press outside of French Oil that stands in excess of 50 feet high – with a hopper on the top – four 3 ½” x 4 ¼” polaroid color photographs, thirteen 4 3/8” x 3 3/8” color photographs and seven 8” x 10” black and white photographs

7563

n.d.

French Oil Mill Machinery Company – three 5”x7” color photographs of a vertical hydraulic press constructed inside a building (probably at French Oil)

7562

n.d.

French Oil Mill Machinery Company – twenty-eight 8”x10” black and white photographs of oil presses under construction, under assembly, or completed.  The photos were taken at French Oil in Piqua

7564

n.d.

French Oil Mill Machinery Company, product data sheets – this is a collection of 24 data sheets on 24 products produced by French Oil.  The sheets were used by salesmen.  The sheets are from approximately 1925.  The sheets are in a cloth and cardboard binder.

6085

c. 1925

French Oil Piqua Foreman – photo

1126

1931

French Oil Plaque

1292

n.d.

French Oil Ruler

700

n.d.

French Oil Ruler

1293

n.d.

FRENCH PRESS (THE) - published by French Oil Mill Machinery, Inc.

1947

1984 - 1999

The French Press, Volume 4, No. 3, September 1972

7290

1972

The French Press, Volume 8, No. 3, October 1976

7291

1976

The French Press, Volume 9, No. 2, July 1977

7292

1977

The French Press, Volume 9, No. 3, October 1977

7293

1977

The French Press, Volume 10, No. 4, December 1978

7294

1978

The French Press, Volume 11, No. 1, March 1979

7295

1979

The French Press, Volume 11, No. 2, July 1979 – French Oil Mill Machinery Co. – This issue of the French Oil newsletter memorializes Charles Butterfield Upton, 1884-1979

7979

1979

The French Press, Volume 15, No. 2, June 1983

7296

1983

The French Press, Volume 16, No. 1, April 1984

7297

1984

The French Press, Volume 16, No. 3, October 1984

7298

1984

French Press (The), volume 25 number 2, June 1993 – In Memorium to Alfred Willard French, Jr. 1903-1992

6010

1993

French Press, The – a near monthly to quarterly newsletter for the employees and families of the French Oil Mill Machine Company.  The following issues are included in this folder:  January-February 1987, April 1987, May 1987, June 1978, January 1988, February 1988, July/August 1988, November/December 1988, March/April/May 1989, November/ December 1989

6855

1987-1989

French Press, The – a near monthly to quarterly newsletter for the employees and families of the French Oil Mill Machine Company.  The following issues are included in this folder:  January/February 1990, March/April 1990,  July/September 1990, August-December 1991, January-May 1992, December 1992, April-June 1993, July-September 1993, October-December 1993, January-March 1995.

6856

1990-1995

French Press, The – a quarterly newsletter for the employees and families of the French Oil Mill Machine Company.  The following issues are included in this folder:  June 1974, December 1976, April 1977, July 1978, March 1979,

6854

1974-1979

French Press, The- French Oil Mill Machine Co.

93

1969-198-

French, Marjorie Phelps Memorial dedication-Market Place Square, Piqua-11 May, 1991

4564

11-May-91

Frey, Fay (Covington, OH) sugar ration

1654

1944

Freyer's Alleys Bowling Tournament, Piqua, Ohio

133

1906

Frieden Lutheran Church Cemetery (also known as Bloomer Cemetery or Stillwater Cemetery) – a list of tombstone inscriptions copied on 18 May 1979 by Joseph H. Bosserman and Gale Edwin Honeyman with the assistance of Karin Deneke.  The list is by rows in the cemetery.

6282

1980

Friedens Lutheran Church, Bloomer, Newberry Township, Miami County, Ohio – MARRIAGE RECORD 1917-1948 compiled by Tom and Jean Harp

6281

c. 1950

Friedlich & Brother – The financial journal/ledger for the business run by Moses and Aaron Friedlich on Main Street.  The business dealt in cloth and ready-made clothing.  The journal records sales and cash receipts in the years from 1842 – 1849 with accounts for each credit customer.  Excellent source of names for people living in the Piqua area in the years 1842-1849.

6864

1842-1849

Friedlich (Lot #640) Misc Legal Documents

99

1850-1926

Friedlich’s Old Reliable Clothing House promotional card

1748

c.1890

Friend, John- Civil War Discharge Certificate- Company A, 8th Regiment of Ohio Calvary Volunteers 2 August 1864

2013

1864

Friends of the Piqua Public Library – envelope mailed out by the Friends group containing an announcement of the Third Annual Holiday Cabaret on Sunday, November 30, 2014 and also containing a brochure detailing all of the events occurring in the Library during the Christmas season (December 2014).

7043

2014

Friends of the Piqua Public Library – refrigerator magnet 5 ½” wide x 4 ¼” high – advertising their Library Lounge Series of programs from August to December 2014.  The programs listed were: Evening of Bluegrass, August 21st; Bubbles in a Bottle Wine Tasting, September 12th; Oktoberfest, October 17th; Third Annual Holiday Cabaret, December 7th (the date was later changed to November 30th).

7045

2014

Friends of the Piqua Public Library 3rd Annual Holiday Cabaret program – November 30, 2014

7014

2014

Friends of the Piqua Public Library Fifth Annual Holiday Cabaret program entitled “A Family Christmas” and presented Sunday, December 4, 2016 in the Fort Piqua Plaza Grand Ballroom.  The performers were The Jacomet Family Singers, Laura Decker Jackson and Decker Jackson, and The Full Sound Chamber Group.

7574

2016

Frisch’s Big Boy Restaurant, 211 East Ash Street, Piqua, Ohio – Carry Out Menu for Office, Home or Special Parties – c. 1970’s

6734

c. 1970’s

Frog Pond School photograph of students and teacher April 1914 (copy)

7372

1914

From Buggy Whips to Steering Wheels by James Oda.  Dummy copy to be used by the printer to determine text and illustration size and location.

3058

1990

Funeral cards and notices, 1843-1872

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1843-1872

Funeral Cards:  [1] August E. Kleiber, born December 2, 1884, died January 29, 1922.  [2] Mrs. Carl Schnell (nee Maria Kramer), born February 18, 1879, dued February 18, 1922.  [3] Urban Schnell, born May 14, 1942, died June 29, 1923.[4] Leo A. Thoma, born November 7, 1878, died September 8, 1923. [5] Mary Lange, born July 9, 1857, died April 21, 1925.  [6] Gertrude Kruse, born September 24, 1878, died November 23, 1925.  [7] John Schlosser, born January 23, 1846, died January 7, 1928.  [8] Elizabeth Lange, born May 6, 1858, died November 3, 1929.  [9] Mary C. Schnell (nee Larger), born February 20, 1848, died February 2, 1937.  [10] George A. Decker, born February 7, 1867, died March 20, 1940.  [11] Walter E. Decker, born March 30, 1884, died September 6, 1941.  [12] Catherine E. Adlard, born July 27, 1903, died November 26, 1943.

8245

various

Funeral Invitation to the funeral of Mrs. Anna B. George, 3 November 1866

2484

1866

Funeral Invitations:  C. W. Bowdle, W. Scott Bowdle, Lueler A. Young, Mrs. Mary Achuff

205

1860

10-Jan-21


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