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Found in 274 Collections and/or Records:

16th Ohio Light Artillery photographs, series II

Identifier: MSS 1503 AV/2
Scope and Contents Series II of the Mitchell-Smith-Taylor Family Collection, 16th Ohio Light Artillery Photographs, includes fourteen cartes de visite portraits of individual soldiers. There are five group photographs of 16th Battery veterans and a group photograph of the Battery reunion. Other photographs include four photographs of Champion Hills Battle Ground taken during the Battery reunion and two of Battlefield of Port Gibson. There is also a map of Vicksburg Military Park.
Dates: circa 1860s-1904

33rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Reunion photograph

 Series — Folder VFM 5643 AV
Identifier: MSS 7877 AV

319th Infantry, Company C

Identifier: OVS 7351
Scope and Contents Panoramic photograph of Company C, 319th Infantry, 80th Division from World War I, ca. 1917-1918.
Dates: circa 1917-1918

A. Roy Knabenshue and his airship [graphic]

Identifier: SC 207
Scope and Contents Flights of aeronaut A. Roy Knabenshue, who flew his one-man airship around Ohio, including the Ohio State Fairgrounds and Ohio Statehouse. Includes several photographs taken by A.B. Graham, as well as postcards of the airship.
Dates: 1905-1907

A. T. Pack papers

Identifier: MSS 1394
Scope and Contents The collection contains one box of photographs, prints, blueprints, papers, and one scrapbook relating to the construction of the U.S. Grant Bridge and other events in the life of A. T. Pack between 1910 and 1944.
Dates: 1910-1944

Aho and Gowday Family collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1436 AV
Scope and Contents The Aho and Gowday collection includes photographs and paper material from the donor's husband, Arthur Aho, who was active in soap box derby races in Warren, Ohio, in the late 1950's. The collection also includes photographs, diaries, cookbooks and personal material from the donor's grandmother, Mary Goodiel Gowday, who recorded the working and living conditions in the lumber camps in Northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania from 1936-1946. An additional box of research files created by the...
Dates: 1876-1990

Alexander McDowell McCook and staff [graphic]

Identifier: SC 5814
Scope and Contents Mounted photograph depicting Major General Alexander McDowell McCook and his staff in the field during the Civil War. McCook, one of "The Fighting McCooks" from Carrollton, Ohio, is seated in the center and flanked by officers on both sides. A soldier standing behind the seated officers is holding the flag of the 20th Army Corps. There is no photographer's mark on the mount. A caption written in pencil below the image states "Maj Gen McCook & Staff 1863." The photograph was likely taken in...
Dates: 1863

Amelia Moodie collection

Identifier: MSS 1406
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 0.5 cf. of more than 200 letters received by Amelia Moodie, a few school-related papers (including her registration card for her freshman year at Ohio University), and rejection letters from magazines to which she had submitted stories and poetry.
Dates: 1926-1930

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 Lung Association of Ohio, photographs, series IV

Identifier: MSS 1556/4
Scope and Contents Series IV of the American Lung Association of Ohio consists of photographs documenting tuberculosis hospitals, testing, and camps. Also included are two photographs of an educational program for children.
Dates: circa early 1900s-1985