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Rockwell Kent Print Collection
1874-1964, 2 lin. ft.

The collection contains nine portfolios of Rockwell Kent Prints and History of Medicine in Art Prints. Subjects of the prints include famous figures and scenes from medical history.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Medical History

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Dorothy Brower, Medical Illustrator, Collection
1925-1991, 13 lin. ft.

Dorothy Brower was a medical illustrator. She began her career at Johns Hopkins University, studying under Max Brödel, who is considered the father of modern medical illustration. Brower's career brought her to Dayton in 1955 to illustrate for the medical team working with the first group of astronauts at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. When she retired, she stayed in Dayton working as a freelance artist until her death in 1992. The collection consists of her original art, photography, wax sculptures, correspondence, and other personal papers.

Subject Area(s): Aerospace Medicine and Human Factors Engineering, Medical History, Arts

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Paul Katz Papers
1917-1977, 1 reel

Papers include clippings and scrapbooks which follow Paul Katz's (1907-1988) musical career as a performer and composer as well as the founder and Musical Director of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. See also MS-102.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-102

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Paul Katz Papers
1917-1980, 5 lin. ft.

Consists of materials relating to Katz's long career as a musician, composer, teacher, and conductor. Katz organized the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra in 1933 and held the post of Musical Director until he retired in 1975. Papers in this collection include personal correspondence, a complete set of Dayton Philharmonic concert programs for 1933-1975, conductor scores, photographs, clippings, speeches, and articles by Katz. Also included are audio tapes of DPO performances and an interview with Katz.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-115

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Authors Collection
1879-1976, .5 lin. ft.

A small collection of first edition and autographed publications. Includes poetry, short stories, essays, and sketches by such authors as Gertrude Stein, Joyce Carol Oates, and Barbara Wells.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-145

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Axel Bahnsen Papers
1935-1977, 10 lin. ft.

Includes photographic prints, negatives, exhibit catalogues, and correspondence for an internationally known Yellow Springs, Ohio, photographer.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections

MS-151

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Jane Reece Photographs
1868-1961, 63 lin. ft.

Consists of the glass plate and film negatives of an internationally known Dayton photographer, an associate of Steiglitz and Steichen, and one of the first professional female photographers in the United States. Collection contains over 10,000 images and is roughly divided into two portions: the portraits, many of prominent individuals, by which Reece made her living; and the creative photographs of her salon.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, Women

MS-170

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Adalaide Patricia O’Brien Papers
1913-1980, .5 lin. ft.

A native of Sharonville, Ohio, Patricia O'Brien was a successful singer and actress in New York City during the early part of this century. She returned to Dayton in 1917 and became manager of the Dayton Symphony Association. She also worked as a promoter of local theatrical events. Her papers include correspondence, photographs, diaries, and miscellaneous items.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Family and Personal Papers, Women

MS-185

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Richard Fullerton/ Jane Reece Collection
1924-1961, 1 lin. ft.

Richard Fullerton was a local photographer, historian and collector. His Jane Reece collection consists primarily of images which document the renovation of Reece's home and studio, an old firehouse on 834 Riverside Drive in Dayton, and photographs and information about the surrounding neighborhood. Also included are interior and exterior photographs of Reece's studio and a few examples of her artistic photography.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, Women

MS-188

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Milton Caniff Drawings
1971, .25 lin. ft.

Consists of 66 drawings by cartoonist Milton Caniff and short biographies of 67 Aviation Hall of Fame inductees.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Arts

MS-193

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Josephine Schwarz / Jane Reece Photograph Collection
1912-1944, 5 lin. ft.

Collection consists of 89 photographs of Dayton photographer, Jane Reece, owned by Josephine Schwarz. Included are images of Dayton Ballet founders, Josephine and Hermene Schwarz, the Schwarz Family, Reece self-portraits, and nature photographs.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, Women

MS-218

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Josephine Schwarz Papers
1876-2004, 28 lin. ft.

The Josephine Schwarz Papers consist of a collection of the personal correspondence, photographs, writings, and memorabilia of Josephine and, to a lesser extent, the personal papers of her sister Hermene Schwarz. The collection encompasses a wide range of topics, including the Schwarz School of Dance, the Dayton Ballet, correspondence concerning dance and ballet-related issues, personal correspondence with family, friends, and students, her journals, diaries, and scrapbooks, ballet and family photographs, and memorabilia.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Family and Personal Papers, Women, World War II

MS-229

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Dayton Amateur Moviemakers Club Records
1943-1976, 1 lin. ft.

Formed in 1943 by a group of local film makers, the Dayton Amateur Movie Makers Club's records consist of meeting minutes, membership lists, newsletters containing club programs, correspondence, and several films produced by club members.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Civic Organizations

MS-242

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Joyce Sweeney Papers
1974-1993, 3 lin. ft.

Sweeney is a writer of young adult fiction and a graduate of Wright State University. Her papers include typed manuscripts of several of her published works, journals, scrapbooks, college class papers, and correspondence.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Women, Wright State University

MS-252

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Stuart Sebastian Papers
1966-1991, 7 lin. ft.

Sebastian, a dancer and nationally known choreographer, was the Artistic Director of the Dayton Ballet Company during the 1980s. His papers include correspondence, both personal and professional from colleagues in the dance world, Dayton Ballet administrative materials and performance records, photographs, clippings, materials pertaining to his dance teaching activities, and personal items including diplomas and school papers.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Family and Personal Papers

MS-260

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Artbeat Collection
1986-1993, 1.5 lin. ft.

Artbeat was a bi-monthly half-hour radio program about the visual arts in the Miami Valley. Hosted by Dayton artist, Susan Zurcher, the show consisted of an interview with either a local artist or an artist who was showing in the Miami Valley. The program aired on several local Public Radio stations. The collection consists of tapes and transcripts of the broadcasts.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-269

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William Preston Mayfield/Caporale Photo Collection
ca. 1880-1979, 1 lin. ft.

Contains 356 photographs collected by Michael Caporale. The collection consists of photographs taken by Dayton photographer William Preston Mayfield of Dayton scenes of the Flood of 1913, advertising images, building interiors and exteriors, street scenes, and people. Several other Mayfield photographs are of sports and other leisure activities such as soapbox derbies, boxing, (including a shot of Jack Dempsey), as well as magicians Harry Blackstone Sr., and Howard Thurston. This collection also includes the work of many well known photographers dating between the 1880s and the 1970s. Please note: permission to duplicate Mayfield photos is required.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, 1913 Flood History, Local Sports

MS-271

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Peerless Mayfield Photograph Collection
1913-1979, 3 lin. ft.

William Preston Mayfield's primary interests were in aerial and aviation related photography. This collection includes many images of early Dayton and surrounding communities at a variety of angles from altitudes up to 20,000 feet. The majority of the aerial images are from a low oblique angle, taken at an altitude of under 1000 feet, excellent for close detail of urban industrial and commercial districts. Also included in this collection are photos of Dayton area homes and businesses, advertising art, and various people. Please note: permission to duplicate Mayfield photos is required.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections

MS-273

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Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Records
1964-2002, 48.25 lin. ft.

The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) was established in 1949 in order to provide dance education among Dayton's urban youth. Since that time, DCDC has grown to become a prestigious, internationally recognized minority dance company, which is committed to preserving and performing classic and contemporary works by great African American choreographers. The collection consists of administrative files, financial records, performance records, personnel files, programs, publicity materials, photographs, videos and other media.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-279

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American Society of Aviation Artists Collection
1929-1996, 1.5 lin. ft.

The American Society of Aviation Artists collection consists of nearly 300 separate pieces of aviation art, including posters, paintings, drawings, photographs and aviation magazine covers.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Aviation

MS-287

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Dayton Civic Music Association Collection Records
1940-1998, 2 lin. ft.

The Dayton Civic Music Association was founded in 1940 and presented twenty-eight concert seasons before its demise in 1968. The collection includes administrative records, newspaper clippings, programs, pamphlets, correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Civic Organizations

MS-301

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Ellen Jane Lorenz Porter Collection
1931-1995, 6 lin. ft.

The Ellen Jane Lorenz Porter Collection is rich in information on church music, especially handbells and hymnology. In addition, it contains many of her original literary writings such as poetry, essays, plays, and short stories.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Women, Religion

MS-307

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Living Arts Center Records
1964-1972, 2.5 lin. ft.

In 1967, the Dayton Board of Education received a grant to promote the creativity and self-expression of its students (grades five through twelve) through creative writing, drama, dance, music and visual arts. The collection consists of administration papers, newspaper and magazine articles, publicity pamphlets, and photographs.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Education and Local Schools

MS-314

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Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Records
1933-2005, 40 lin. ft.

The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra was founded by Paul Katz in 1933. It is recognized as one of Dayton's oldest and longest standing cultural institutions. The records of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra document the organization's history from founding to the recent past. Emphasis is on the 1970s and 1980s. This is an ongoing collection. The collection is rich in brochures and photographs, programs, administrative records, and marketing material.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-337

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Jeraldyne Blunden Papers
1960-2000, 12.5 lin. ft.

This collection consists of correspondence, schedules, notebooks, and business and financial records from Jeraldyne Blunden the founder of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company and the creator of Jeraldyne’s School of the Dance. There are also personal papers in the collection such as family reunion and wedding materials, insurance information and awards. Also included are scrapbook photos taken for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre Tour from 1962-1972.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-339

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Dayton Playhouse Collection
1954-2007, 40 lin. ft.

The Dayton Playhouse, which began as the City of Dayton operated, Dayton Community Theatre (DCT), has been an active community theatre since the fall of 1959.  Throughout the years other theatrical groups were added, including the Dayton Repertory Theatre, presenting more adult themed dramas, and Dayton Children’s and Teen Theatre, now called YouTheatre. At their current home, in the Riverbend Arts Center, the Dayton Playhouse, as it is now called, continues to present a variety of theatrical productions each season.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-348

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William Preston Mayfield Photograph Collection - Egbert
1910-1960, 3.5 lin. ft.

This collection visually documents early flight history in Dayton as well as the larger impact of the first flights on America and the world. It also contains vivid photographs of the growth of the city of Dayton and the homes in the area, as well as a vast collection of aerial photographs of Columbus, Ohio. Please note: permission to duplicate Mayfield photos is required.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, Aviation

MS-360

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Victoria Theatre Collection
1890-2005, 40 lin. ft.

This collection contains the historical records of the Victoria Theater.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-380

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Dr. Sidney Peerless Photographic Collection
1898-1950s (bulk 1900-1940), 2.08 lin. ft.

The collection contains 574 photographs that were collected by Dr. Sidney Peerless. The collection contains photographs from Nancy Ford Cones, Cecil Carey, Richard Tepe, Fritz Henle, and U.S. Navy and Air Force photographers of aircraft. Note: restrictions may apply.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections

MS-384

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American Guild of Organists, Dayton Chapter Records
1951-2008 (bulk 1980-2000), 2 lin. ft.

The collection documents the activities and administrative records of the Dayton Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. The collection includes scrapbooks, member directories, programs, monthly newsletters, meeting minutes, and treasurers' reports.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Arts

MS-386

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Charlotte Gray Collection
1941-1970, 2 lin. ft.

The collection provides documentation about Dayton area choirs and choir music. It contains William Albert and Charlotte Gray's papers created during their careers as choir director and church organist at two Dayton area churches. It also holds documents from and relating to labor agreements between Delco/GM and Local 755 International Union Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, AFL-CIO-CLC. It also holds employee directories and benefits packages from Delco/GM.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Labor Unions, Religion

MS-403

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Aviation Lithograph Collection
1908-1915

This collection contains a number of beautiful lithographs, mostly French in origin, dating from the early 20th century. All concern some aspect of aviation.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Arts, Wright Brothers Collections

MS-410

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Zeta Chi Alumni Chapter of Delta Omicron Music Fraternity Records
1966-2006, 19.5 lin. ft.

Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity is a professional fraternity in the field of music with collegiate chapters established throughout the United States and abroad. The fraternity was founded in 1909 at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music by three undergraduate students. Located in the Greater Dayton area, the Zeta Chi Alumni Chapter is active in the Dayton Arts community, participating in various concerts and programs. They also regularly meet as a chapter, and with current collegiate Delta Omicron chapters. This collection consists mainly of scrapbooks covering the chapter’s activities from its beginning in 1966 through to 2006. Included in the scrapbooks are programs, photographs, certificates, clippings from newspapers and magazine articles, as well as correspondence. There are copies of the fraternity publications of The Wheel and The Whistle.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Civic Organizations

MS-425

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Chamber Music Yellow Springs Collection
1957-2010 (bulk 1980-2010), 9.8 lin. ft.

The materials contained in the Chamber Music Yellow Springs (CMYS) Records document both the original Yellow Springs chamber music organization (Chamber Music in Yellow Springs, 1957-62) and its successor group founded in the early 1980s (Chamber Music Yellow Springs). The Chamber Music Yellow Springs Records include concert programs and promotional materials; information about and contracts with chamber music artists; administrative materials, including board meeting information and board member correspondence, budgets and financial statements, and records of ticket sales and fund-raising activities; and a collection of recordings on compact disk of CMYS concerts and competitions.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Arts

MS-427

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Antioch Writers' Workshop Records
1985-2010, 6.5 lin. ft.

Founded in 1986, the Antioch Writers’ Workshop is a nonprofit organization that encourages creative writing by offering classes and seminars. It has evolved over the years from a community of writers who mingled with faculty and students informally throughout the day into a fiscal agent of the Antioch College. The records include meeting minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, photographs, posters, VHS, pamphlets, newsletters, and multimedia.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Civic Organizations

MS-43

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Miami Valley Arts Council Records
1960-1970, 1.5 lin. ft.

Founded in 1960, the purpose of the Miami Valley Arts Council was to facilitate communication between local arts organizations and to promote community support for cultural activities. The bulk of records in this collection fall in the late 1960's and include minutes of the board meetings, correspondence, clippings and news releases, membership lists, calendars of events, and information on the various groups associated with the Council.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-432

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Inland Children's Chorus Collection
1936-2012 (Bulk 1936-1966), 4 lin. ft.

The Inland Children’s Chorus was sponsored by the Inland Manufacturing Division of the General Motors Corporation from 1936-1970 and open to children (ages 8-16) of Inland employees. The collection includes programs from their concerts, photographs, books, newspaper and periodical clippings, certificates, and memorabilia all donated by former members of the Chorus.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Arts

MS-437

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Shivell Family, Jane Reece Collection
1911-1944, 1 lin. ft.

This collection highlights the work and family of Dayton poet, Paul Shivell. An accomplished poet published in the late 19th- and early 20th centuries, Shivell was recognized for his pastoral poems which were published in several books and collections. Included in the collection are several original portraits by noted Dayton photographer Jane Reece, who was a close family friend of the Shivells and who took portraits of them throughout several decades. Other documents note the Shivells’ activities in Dayton society and the arts. Of special interest is the 1916 letter to Shivell from Robert Frost, complimenting him on his recent publication, and a print of one of Jane Reece’s photographs of Matilda Dunbar, mother of Paul Laurence Dunbar.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, Family and Personal Papers, Paul Laurence Dunbar Materials

MS-461

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D. L. Stewart Papers
1975-2012, 3.75 lin. ft.

This collection documents the career of Dayton Daily News columnist and Kettering resident, D. L. Stewart. The collection is entirely made up of Stewart’s column from 1975 to 2012. The column was nationally syndicated in 1980 and featured over fifty newspapers nationwide. In the column Stewart discusses popular culture, sports, and family in a humorous and sometimes sincere tone. Stewart has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize five times and is the author of four books.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-462

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Kettering Children's Choir Records
1986-2011, 11.5 lin. ft.

The Kettering Children's Choir Records, co-founded in 1986 by Natalie Dehorn, details the history of the choir including many local, national, and worldwide events the organization has been a part of. Within this collection are grant proposals, board minutes, fliers, photographs, scrapbooks, audio/visual material, newspaper clippings and newsletters. The collection shows the dedication of one organization to educate and connect young people through their love of music. There is additional information on organizations and individuals that have collaborated with the organization including but not limited to: Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, Bach Society of Dayton, Dayton Opera, and the Victoria Theatre.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-464

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Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama Collection
1974 – 2010, 25 lin. ft.

The Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama Collection includes the records and files accumulated by the production company, First Frontier, Inc during the development and production of Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama between 1974 and 2010. These records consist of administrative and financial records of First Frontier, Inc., as well as the research, production, publicity, marketing, fundraising, and performance of Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama. The collection also includes related photographs, computer files, and video recordings.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-468

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Jim Fain Collection
1929-2009, 4.7 lin. ft.

The Jim Fain Collection consists of materials related to the illustrious career of Jim Fain, a nationally recognized newspaper editor and columnist. The collection consists of biographical material, speeches, news articles, correspondence and photographs.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-469

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Ray Must Collection
1965-2012, 5.5 lin. ft.

Ray Must was one of the original faculty members at Wright State University (WSU). He was an instructor at WSU from 1967 to 1991. This collection contains some of his work as an artist, including prints, sketches and etchings.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-48

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Dayton Ballet Company Collection
1920-1990, 22 lin. ft.

Records consist of organizational papers, annual reports, financial records, and performance programs for two early dance groups that predated the Dayton Ballet Company. Dayton Ballet Company records start in 1958 and include a constitution, minutes of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, officers and membership lists, annual reports, newsletters, financial records, an extensive collection of performance records and programs, correspondence, records of the Friends of the Dayton Ballet, press releases, clippings, and materials relating to the Dayton Ballet's membership in national and regional dance organizations. Also included are scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs, and programs which highlight the early careers of Dayton Ballet founders, Josephine and Hermene Schwarz, as well as the activities and performances of the Company.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-87

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Historic Theater Collection
1925-1978, 2 lin. ft.

A miscellaneous collection of theater programs from several American cities.

Subject Area(s): Arts

MS-95

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Ohio Theater Alliance Records
1972-1980, 4 lin. ft.

The Ohio Theater Alliance was founded in 1972 to bring together all levels of theater - professional, community, college, and school - to promote communications and take action on matters of concern. The records in this collection include organizational papers, meeting minutes, membership records, committee reports, conference records, financial records, and correspondence. Note: restrictions may apply.

Subject Area(s): Arts

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Charles A. Hunn Collection
1917-1976, 1 folder

Collection consists of photos and paperwork relating to Charles Hunn's time in the Army guarding the Mexican border during World War I and his career as a commercial artist.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections, Aviation, World War I

SC-102

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Donald Earl Lake Musical Score
1991, 1 folder

Cassette tape and two handwritten scores of the WSU Fight Song, "Stand Up and Cheer for the Raiders of WSU"

Subject Area(s): Wright State University, Arts

SC-103

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"Who Knows?" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
1915, 1 folder

Sheet music and RCA phonograph recording of "Who Knows" located in oversize collection materials.

Subject Area(s): Paul Laurence Dunbar Materials, Arts, African-Americans

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Joyce Carol Oates Letter
1977, 1 folder

Correspondence to and from Joyce Carol Oates from WSU concerning potential visit.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Wright State University

SC-127

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Frank Wooten Letters
1977-1989, 1 folder

Small collection of letters written by aviation artist Frank Wooten

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Arts

SC-138

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Miami Valley Drive-in Theaters
ca. 1980s, 1 folder

Photographs of local drive-in theaters taken during the early 1980s by Ritchie Thomas.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Photographic Collections

SC-168

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Paul Laurence Dunbar Poem, "To Anna C."
ca. 1900, 1 folder

Original handwritten and typed version of a poem, "To Anna C." written by Paul Laurence Dunbar, dating between 1900 and 1906.

Subject Area(s): Paul Laurence Dunbar Materials, African-Americans, Arts

SC-174

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War Camp Community Service Song Sheet
ca. 1918, 1 folder

Song sheet published by the Dayton Evening Herald for use during community events, includes words for 34 songs.

Subject Area(s): Arts

SC-243

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Rain Songs: Poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar
2009, 1 item

This collection contains one copy of Rain Songs: Poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar, Selected and Illustrated by Emily Burkman, printed by Apiary Press, Northampton, Massachusetts, 2009. This copy is number 7 of fifteen.

Subject Area(s): Paul Laurence Dunbar Materials, Arts

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Kettering Children's Choir 25th Anniversary Book
2010, 2 items

This collection contains one copy of the 25th Anniversary commemorative document for the Kettering Children’s Choir, including CD, published in 2010.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Civic Organizations

SC-253

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It Happened on Maple Street Book
2011, 1 folder

Published in April 2011, It Happened on Maple Street is the true-life love story of USA Today bestselling author Tara Taylor Quinn and her husband, Tim Barney. The two met while attending college at Wright State University in the fall of 1977. The book chronicles their story and utilizes information from the University Archives.

Subject Area(s): Wright State University, Arts, Women

SC-292

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Roz Young Manuscript
1994-1995, 2 items

Collection consists of one typed manuscript by Roz Young, titled Two Perfectly Marvelous Cats. It would be published in 1995. This early copy, along with a letter, also in the collection, dates from 1994 and was sent to a friend of Young’s named Francis Ryder.

Subject Area(s): Women, Arts

SC-41

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John W. Jakes Papers
1979-1991, 1 folder

Collection includes a letter written by Jakes to the WSU English Department chair and a thank you note.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Wright State University

SC-65

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Save the Victoria Theater Association Records
1976-1977, 1 folder

Minutes, agendas, press releases and other items relating to the preservation efforts regarding the Victoria Theater during the 1970s.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Civic Organizations

SC-66

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Antioch College Musical Program
1854, 1 folder

Musical program for a concert held on November 30, 1854, at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Education and Local Schools

SC-67

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Ann Kirk Diary
1933-1934, 1 folder

Diary provides details on the foundation of the Dayton Chamber Orchestra, later the Dayton Philharmonic.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Women

SC-86

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"My Little Black Lamb" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
1922, 1 folder

Original voice and piano score for song written by Paul Laurence Dunbar.

Subject Area(s): African-Americans, Arts, Paul Laurence Dunbar Materials

SC-87

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"Ride the Wind" Collection
1991, 1 folder

Original typed screenplay about the Wright Brothers, written by Doug McIntyre.

Subject Area(s): Arts, Aviation, Wright Brothers Collections

SC-94

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Victory Theater Playbill
ca. 1920, 1 folder

Playbill for "The Trial of Mary Dugan," at the Victory Theater, beginning circa January 6, 1920.

Subject Area(s): Arts

3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, Ohio 45435. Phone: 937.775.2525