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MS-107

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Dayton Gems Hockey Team Scrapbooks
1964-1988, 8 volumes

Scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings and photographs which follow the history of professional hockey in Dayton. There is information about players, trades, media coverage, fans, statistics, and league standings.

Subject Area(s): Business and Industry, Local Sports

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, Dayton Daily News

MS-401

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Todd Holst Baseball Collection
1898-2002, 3 lin. ft.

This Dayton baseball memorabilia collection contains ticket stubs, programs, letters, photographs, team promotional items, and several artifacts representing Dayton baseball teams from as early as 1910 through 2002.

Subject Area(s): Local Sports

MS-458

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Dayton Daily News Archive
1890-2004 (bulk 1930-1980), 2090 cubic feet

Photographs, negatives, and news clippings, span obituary, personality, and subject files generated by the Dayton Daily News and the former Journal Herald in the twentieth century. The collection documents the local and regional history of Dayton and the Miami Valley in Ohio, and its role on a national scale, particularly during the period 1930 to 1980. Daytonís history is a rich example of American ingenuity and perseverance. Considered the cradle of invention in the early 1900s, Dayton generated more patents than any other city in America. Creativity in technology, local government, literature, music, and dance are documented in the photographs. Dayton was the site of the invention of the airplane, the creation and implementation of the city manager form of government, and the first cash register. The Archives documents a strong history of the womenís club movement, innovative industrial development, dynamic political figures, ground-breaking aviation technology, a vital military establishment, strong progressivism, and diplomatic milestones, such as the Dayton Peace Accords. Dayton was the first city to establish a conservancy district to protect against devastating flood waters. The spirit and history of Daytonís innovators and the lives of its citizens are told in the photographs and stories recorded in the newspaper.

Subject Area(s): Business and Industry, Education and Local Schools, Inventors and Inventions, Local Sports, Photographic Collections, Politics, Dayton Daily News

SC-283

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Delco-Moraine Employee Sports Scrapbook
1946, 1 item

The collection consists of one scrapbook chronicling the Delco-Moraine Plantís intramural sports events in 1946. The scrapbook is made up entirely of newspaper clippings.

Subject Area(s): Business and Industry, Local Sports

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