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Family history

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 137 Collections and/or Records:

A. Stevens

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Identifier: OVS 2062
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Honorary marriage certificate created by A. Stevens in 1877 marking the wedding of Benjamin F. Dike to Teresa P. Stevens on November 4, 1847. Illustrated with color folk art designs.

Dates: 1877

American Cancer Society, Franklin County Chapter

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Identifier: OVS 3855
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Anti-Smoking Posters: Draggin' Lady...

Dates: circa 1980s

American Encaustic Tiling Company

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Identifier: OVS 3368
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Photograph of William Douglas holding a child in front of his house.

Dates: circa 1880s

Anna Raber Pike [graphic]

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Identifier: OVS 4202
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Full length portrait photograph of Anna Raber Pike in her wedding dress. The portrait is mounted on black board and framed in a tan colored mat. Anna married George William (Will) Pike on August 29, 1903.

Dates: 1903

Baker Art Gallery

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Identifier: OVS 1516
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Handcolored photograph depicting a woman playing the piano and a woman and girl dancing in a parlor-type setting.

Dates: 1895

B.F. Stout

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Identifier: OVS 0020
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Illuminated Marriage Certificate for B.F. Stout and Mrs. Opal Baxter.

Dates: 1913

Bradford family papers

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Identifier: OVS 3499
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Illuminated Marriage Certificate for Mr. Walter S. Bradford and Miss Doris Griffith, Jeromesville, Ohio. June 29, 1904

Dates: 1904

Brammer, Edmund and McCormick, Elizabeth

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Identifier: OVS 5535
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Marriage certificate of Edmund Brammer and Elizabeth McCormick, April 8, 1855

Dates: 1855

Charles A. Jones

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Identifier: OVS 0300
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Portrait of Jones children at Camp Wilson, 1930

Dates: 1930

Charles B. Ferrell

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Identifier: OVS 3649
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B/w photograph of interior of Dr. Charles B. Ferrell's house, possibly at 78 S. 3rd Street, Columbus, Ohio

Dates: circa 1900