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clippings (information artifacts)

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Found in 171 Collections and/or Records:

Abraham Lincoln Death Article

 Collection — Folder VFM 3894
Identifier: MSS 6464
Scope and Contents Included in this collection is a bulletin from an unidentified newspaper with dispatches concerning Lincoln's assassination, the wounding of Secretary of State William E. Seward, and the identification of John Wilkes Booth as the assassin.
Dates: 1865

American Lung Association of Ohio collection

Identifier: MSS 1556
Scope and Contents The American Lung Association of Ohio collection documents the organization's public health programs, mostly related to combating tuberculosis, as well as organizational changes and various local grass-roots organizations that made up the American Lung Association of Ohio. The collection is divided into six series. Series I consists of minutes of meeting of various local grass-roots associations. The minutes document associations in the following counties: Athens, Galia, Greene, Hocking, Knox,...
Dates: 1847-2005

American School of Broadcasting

 Collection — Folder VFM 6179
Identifier: MSS 8398
Scope and Contents Pamphlets and photocopies of news clippings on the American School of Broadcasting in Columbus, Ohio.
Dates: 1985-1989

Andrew G. McBurney family papers, . VFM 6339 HAS BEEN VACATED. MATERIALS MOVED TO AV 303

 Collection — Folder VFM 6339
Identifier: MSS 8554
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical information concerning Andrew G. McBurney and his family, residents of Warren County, Oho. Included are stock certificates, a newspaper clipping, a copy of Andrew's will, and a transcript of Andrew's estate.
Dates: 1887-1901; 1955

Arthur Antill collection

Identifier: MSS 1643
Scope and Contents This collection primarily includes letters written by Arthur Antill to his older sister Mary and her husband, Charles Dennis, during Antill's service in World War I. Also included is a special military order instructing families on sending mail to soldiers.
Dates: 1918-1919

Ashtabula (Ohio) News Extra collection

 Collection — Folder VFM 4241
Identifier: MSS 6777
Scope and Contents This collection includes a statement and verdict of the coroner's jury concerning "The Ashtabula Disaster" which occurred in December 1876 when a bridge collapsed while a train was crossing it.
Dates: 1877

Association for the Freedom to Die collection

 Collection — Folder VFM 3781
Identifier: MSS 6355
Scope and Contents This collection includes literature concerning legislation on euthanasia, including pro and con arguments on the Death with Dignity Bill issued by Association for Freedom to Die and related organizations. Also included are Association for Freedom to Die newsletters on the Death with Dignity Bill, a list of Ohio organizations endorsing the bill, a copy of the bill (S.B. 72, H.B. 220), and a blank Living-Will statement.
Dates: 1981-1986

Ben Hayes Research collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 966
Scope and Contents The Ben Hayes Research Collection consists of 5 cubic feet of research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings and other materials related to Columbus, Ohio journalist Ben Hayes' newspaper columns in the Columbus Citizen and Columbus Citizen-Journal.
Dates: 1950s-1970s

Betty Eicher and Mary Parker Brown papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1699 AV
Scope and Contents This collection includes papers and photographs documenting the professional teaching and writing careers of Betty Eicher and Mary Parker Brown, as well as their personal relationship. Included are Betty Eicher's records of expenses, correspondence between Betty and her brother Bill while he was at basic training during World War II, a letter from Mary Parker to Betty, an autobiographical account of Betty's childhood, photographs of both women, and stories Betty drafted for her college courses....
Dates: 1885-1986

Black Interest Group (Lancaster, Ohio) collection

 Collection — Folder VFM 3587
Identifier: MSS 6168
Scope and Contents This collection includes the articles of the Black Interest Group, organized in Lancaster, Ohio, to help in all areas of minority information. The collection also includes photocopies of newspaper stories on black history and genealogy in the region.
Dates: 1983