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manuscripts (documents)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 1666 Collections and/or Records:

2nd Congressional District, Provost Marshal's Office, United States

Identifier: OVS 1512
Scope and Contents

Military enrollment list for the thirteenth subdistrict of Green Township, Ohio, from T.R. Roberts, Provost Marshal for the Second Congressional District of Ohio.

Dates: undated

97th Ohio Volunteer Infantry records

Identifier: MSS 1521
Scope and Contents This collection contains military administrative papers, and muster rolls. Included are nine descriptive lists of soldiers, providing basic enlistment information as well as personal information, such as height, hair and eye color, complexion, age, place of origin. Equally interesting are nine monthly returns for E Company from February 1863 to February 1864, listing sick, detached, transferred, wounded and killed soldiers of Company E, including losses at the Battle of Mission Ridge in...
Dates: 1862-1864

147th Infantry Regiment

 Collection — Folder VFM 6144: [Barcode: 34072001420214]
Identifier: MSS 8363
Scope and Contents

Eleven page typescript entitled "The 147th Infantry in World War II", official report by Major L. K. Shropshire covering some of the events that occurred August 1940 through July 1944.

Dates: circa 1940s

1937 Little Steel Strike Collection (YHC)

Identifier: YHC MSS 0017
Scope and Contents

These materials were salvaged from the former Republic Steel Corporation Warren Plant and donated to OHS by George Holzheimer over a period of years, from 1994 – 2005.

The 1937 Little Steel Strike Collection is comprised of materials created and gathered by the Republic Corporation during the events of May-June 1937. The company documented the events with photographs and film and collected related memos, correspondence and documents.

Dates: 1920-1937

A. D. Driggs

 Collection — Folder VFM 5341: [Barcode: 34072003145967]
Identifier: MSS 7656
Scope and Contents

Stamp for special tax issued by the United States Internal Revenue Office. The document acknowledges receipt of five dollars from A. D. Driggs for Special Tax on the Business of Dealer in Manufactured Tobacco to be carried on at Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio (April 30, 1875).

Dates: 1875

A. E. Wiseman - SOHIO collection

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 34072001913457]
Identifier: AV 274
Scope and Contents The A. E. Wiseman - SOHIO collection consists of manuscript and audio visual materials from the Standard Oil Company of Ohio that were used by A. E. Wiseman, a salesman for Standard Oil. Included are 35mm slides from a SOHIO slide program comparing highway construction in the 1910s and 1960s, as well as a reel to reel audio tape of the audio portion of a slide program entitled "Trans Alaska Pipeline," circa 1960s. Also included is an annotated price guide for products sold by the Standard...
Dates: circa 1960s

A. Estelle Kessler

Identifier: OVS 5511
Scope and Contents

Diploma from West Milton High School for A. Estelle Kessler, April 28, 1899

Dates: 1899

A Song of the War of 1812

 Collection — Folder VFM 6134: [Barcode: 34072001420347]
Identifier: MSS 8353
Scope and Contents

Bound one page typescript copy of "A Song of the War of 1812" as passed down by the Robert Humphrey (1804-1856) Family of Jefferson County, Ohio. This song was sung in Ohio during the War of 1812.

Dates: 1812

A. Stevens

Identifier: OVS 2062
Scope and Contents

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

A. Victor Donahey papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1611
Scope and Contents The Donahey diaries represent a small window to the career of Ohio Governor and Senator A. Victor Donahey. The diaries date from his time as Governor and topics covered include his vetoes, appointments, state and local politics, and his disliking the Republican General Assembly. Donahey also writes about family life, political speeches, and the amount of time he spends hearing constituents, lobbyists, and legislators who requested for his support for programs or their funding in the state...
Dates: 1924-1940