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MS-223

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Yeager, William F., Aviation Collection
1925-1990, 69.2 lin. ft.

Collection consists of primarily photographs of aircraft. There is also a small amount of personal papers and correspondence relating to Yeager's career as a civilian and military pilot.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Photographic Collections

SC-71

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Yellow Springs Civil Rights Demonstration Photographs
1964, 1 folder

Contains photographs relating to a demonstration that occurred in Yellow Springs, Ohio, in 1964. Also includes copies of court cases that arose from the demonstration.

Subject Area(s): African-Americans, Photographic Collections, Local History

MS-233

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Young Women's League of Dayton Records
1895-1972, 1.5 lin. ft.

The Young Women's League of Dayton was founded in 1898 by former members of the local YWCA. It's purpose was to "promote the moral, mental, and physical welfare of young women" and its activities supported young working women in particular. Records include minutes, financial records, publications, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and materials pertaining to the League's operation of a boarding house for young women.

Subject Area(s): Women, Civic Organizations, Local History

MS-76

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Young, Frederick N., Papers
1968-1976, 11 lin. ft.

The papers in this collection cover the years 1968-1976 when Young served as a State Representative from Dayton to the Ohio General Assembly. The majority of the papers consist of correspondence with constituents and political colleagues. There are also working papers, clippings, reports, speeches, and campaign materials. There is also a file of correspondence and photographs on the 1970 Kent State University incident.

Subject Area(s): Politics, Local History

MS-285

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Young, Margaret Shardelow, Papers
1913-1984, 3 lin. ft.

Dayton native, Margaret Shardelow Young, was a member of the Friday Afternoon Club, one of the city’s oldest women’s literary clubs. She was also a local school teacher and long-time member of the First Baptist Church of Dayton. The collection includes her Friday Afternoon Club writings, schoolbooks, teaching notes, photographs, and greeting cards with her original poetry.

Subject Area(s): Family and Personal Papers, Women, Education and Local Schools, Local History

SC-292

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Young, Roz, 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, Local History

MS-292

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Yowler, Martha, Collection
1626-1997 (bulk 1800-1997), 3 lin. ft.

This collection consists of family history and genealogy records for the Weinland and Mumma families. Information included may consist of dates of birth, marriage, and death.

Subject Area(s): Family and Personal Papers, Local History