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Galloway Family Papers
1797-1931, 5 reels

Letters, diaries, clippings, articles, and other family papers of a pioneer Greene County family with much material on frontier and pioneer life.

Subject Area(s): Family and Personal Papers



Galloway, Arlene, Dayton Newspaper Headlines Collection
1941-1969 (bulk 1945), 0.65 linear feet (1 oversize folder)

The collection consists of Dayton newspaper front pages with headlines concerning events such as World War II, President Dwight Eisenhower, and the 1969 moon landing.

Subject Area(s): Local History, World War II, Aviation, Journalism



Galloway, Arlene, World War II Political Cartoons Collection
1942-1945, 0.1 lin. ft.

The collection consists of newspaper clippings of political cartoons concerning World War II.

Subject Area(s): World War II, Local History, Journalism



Garard-Getter Family Collection
circa 1890-1955, 0.5 lin. ft.

The collection consists primarily of the personal photographs of a Dayton, Ohio, family in the early 20th century. Subjects include leisure activities (hunting, boating, camping, and playing music, etc.), travel (throughout Ohio and beyond), and family reunions.

Subject Area(s): Local History, Arts



Garden Club of Dayton Records
1903-2011, 15.25 lin. ft. and 335 MB

Katherine Talbot founded the Garden Club of Dayton in 1922. The Club's goal is to promote and encourage the beautification of not only their privately owned gardens, but also the gardens and environment of Oakwood and the surrounding Dayton area. This collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, publications, as well as information on community projects, and an administrative/organizational series. Note: must obtain permission to publish materials from this collection.

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



Garlow , Bill Photographic Negatives Collection
1967-1995, 18 lin. ft.

Bill Garlow was an award-winning staff photographer for the Dayton Journal-Herald and later Dayton Daily News for over 40 years, from the mid-1960s to mid-2000s. The collection consists of thousands of film negatives (mostly 35mm), spanning a wide variety of topics, people, places, and events. The materials are arranged chronologically.

Subject Area(s): Journalism, Photographic Collections, Local History



Garvey, John E., Collection
1946-1997, 0.1 lin. ft.

The collection consists of Garvey's pilot's log book, handbook and information about Garvey's Piper Cherokee 140 aircraft, an aviation drawing by Garvey, handwritten notes, as well as business cards and publications.

Subject Area(s): Local History, Aviation



Gates , Ivan R., Collection
1924-1930, 1.5 lin. ft.

Ivan R. Gates was an Early Bird of Aviation, receiving his pilot's license in 1911, and is credited with starting the first flying school on the west coast in California. The collection documents Gates' aviation business enterprises, including the Gates Flying Circus, Gates Flying Service, and the New York-based Gates Aircraft Corporation, which manufactured the Gates Belgian RSV convertible monoplane/biplane. Gates' wife Hazel was also a pilot. The majority of the collection is contained within 4 scrapbooks (3 of photographs and 1 of newspaper clippings), along with some loose photographs and documents.

Subject Area(s): Aviation



Gebhart Family Papers
1794-1930, .5 lin. ft.

This small collection is made up of various financial papers, legal documents, land deeds, mortgages, correspondence, and plat maps. The Gebharts arrived in the Miami Valley area from Pennsylvania in the early 19th century and were active in local business, political and religious activities.

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



Geiger, William F., Aviation Photograph Collection
ca. 1905-1920, 38 items

This collection consists of 38 images total. 16 are stamped "Photo by H. M. Benner, Hammondsport NY" and show various Curtiss planes along with numerous other aircraft from approximately 1905-1920. Another 22 photographs are all stamped with the seal "Air Service/Engineering Division." These images depict a variety of aircraft and all were collected by William F. Geiger a Centerville, OH, native and former Army Air Force aircraft armorer. The images are all thought to have been taken at McCook or Wright Fields in Dayton, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Photographic Collections, Aviation, Local History


General Church of the New Jerusalem Records
1860-1978, 1 reel

Consists of a 1903 church history and five volumes of church records which list members, baptisms, confirmations, burials, and marriages. General Church of the New Jerusalem is located in Glendale, near Cincinnati, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Religion



General Motors Aeroproducts Division Plant Blueprints Collection
1940-1992 (bulk 1940-1941), 2.6 linear feet (4 oversize folders, 75 total blueprints)

The collection consists of large blueprints of structures and systems at the General Motors Aeroproducts Division plant located in Vandalia, Ohio. The majority of the blueprints date to 1940-1941, but later blueprints reflect the plant's subsequent iterations as GM Allison Division, Inland Division, and Delco Products.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Business and Industry, Local History


Gerhardt Funeral Home Records
1853-1879, 1 reel

Consists of one volume of indexed Cincinnati funeral home records.

Subject Area(s): Business and Industry


Germantown Cemetery Lot Index
ca.1840-1960, 1 reel

Lot index consists of an alphabetical listing of owners of lots in Germantown Cemetery. Information includes name, date, lot number, and amount paid.

Subject Area(s): Cemeteries



Germantown Historic Railroad Collection
ca. 1880s, 1 folder

Book produced by the Germantown Historical Society containing photocopies of records of two railroads from the 1880s.

Subject Area(s): Business and Industry, Railroad and Canal History, Local History



Ginn, Charles F., M.D., Ledgers
1885-1890, .25 lin. ft.

Dr. C.F. Ginn, a homeopathic physician and surgeon, was born in 1849. He graduated from the Cleveland University of Medicine and Surgery in 1884 and established an office in Miamisburg, Ohio. The ledgers are records of his practice from 1885-1890.

Subject Area(s): Medical History, Local History



Gleanings in Bee Culture
1905, 1 folder

Collection of 8 digital prints from a January 1905 publication dedicated to apiology, includes article about the Wright Brothers.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Wright Brothers Related, Local History



Gold, Dave, Parachute Collection
1917-1985, 103.5 lin. ft.

Dave Gold was a leading parachute historian and actively participated in all aspects of the parachuting business. He owned a parachute business, pursued a jumping career until debilitated by arthritis, was employed as a design engineer, and avidly collected historical and technical materials relating to parachuting. The collection includes personal papers, parachute research and development materials, blueprints, manuals, photographs, videos, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles.

Subject Area(s): Aviation



Goodwin Air Force One Collection
1972-1997, .5 lin. ft.

The collection includes information related to Air Force One including a fact sheet about the plane, photographs and other memorabilia. It also includes information about President Jimmy Carter's trip to an economic summit in Italy and President Nixon's trip to the USSR.

Subject Area(s): Aviation



Gospel of Luke (Welsh)
1893, 1 folder

Donated by Richard Seifried in 2009, this small collection contains an 1893 published book of The Gospel of Luke in Welsh.

Subject Area(s): Religion, Local History



Grace A. Greene Normal School Alumnae Records
1884-1992, 1 lin. ft.

Collection consists of scrapbooks, memorabilia, lists of graduates, and reunion materials. Grace A. Greene Normal School first opened in 1869 as Dayton Normal School, and later became Dayton Teacher's College, before being named Grace A. Greene Normal School. The school gave rudimentary education to women who wished to become teachers in the Dayton area. It closed in 1931, but an active alumnae group continued for many years.

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



Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post 41 Records
1881-1930, 1.5 lin. ft.

Collection consists of minute books, financial records, officer's roll, and miscellaneous loose materials. Post 41 served Wapakoneta in Auglaize County, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), Post 3 Records
1888-1895, circa 2002, 0.1 linear foot

The collection consists of one ledger of financial records and one photograph. Post 3 served Eaton in Preble County, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Grand Army of the Republic, Post 83 Records
1880-1911, 1.5 lin. ft. (1 box)

Includes two minute books covering meeting procedures for the years 1885-1904 and two account books which reveal the groups financial dealings from 1880-1911. The minute books also have information about memberships, committees, and deaths. Post 83 served Auglaize County, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters Records
1883-1884, 1 folder

Record and member list for the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters from 1883-1884

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Grand Lake Restoration Commission Records
1960-2017 (Bulk 2010-2015), 3.71 lin. ft. and 1.3 MB

The Grand Lake Restoration Commission Records document the efforts of a collaborative, non-profit organization to find economically and environmentally sustainable ways to restore the health of Grand Lake Saint Marys in Mercer County and Auglaize County, near Celina, Ohio. Materials include meeting minutes, reports, project files, news clippings, and photographs.

Subject Area(s): Local History, Nature and Parks, Civic Organizations



Graphic Arts Union, Local 199 Records
1936-1978 (bulk 1950-1965), 4.5 lin. ft.

The Graphic Arts Union (Local 199), formerly the International Brotherhood of Bookbinders, was a union that served the Miami Valley of Ohio. The collection contains materials from the internal business of Local 199. It includes membership and executive board meeting minutes, financial records, membership lists, negotiation records, grievance cases, and correspondence. The collection also contains materials from labor organizations affiliated with the Graphic Arts Union such as the Allied Printing Trades Council, the United Organized Labor of Montgomery County, and various chapters from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).

Subject Area(s): Labor Unions, Local History


Graphic Arts Union, Local 199 Records
1949-1979, 1 reel

Consists of executive board minutes of a Dayton printer's union. See also MS-108.

Subject Area(s): Labor Unions



Gray, Charlotte, 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, Local History



Greater Springfield and Clark County Assoc. Records
1944-1954, 2.5 lin. ft.

The Greater Springfield and Clark County Association was a volunteer organization that mobilized local efforts to promote the civic welfare of the Clark County area. Records include Board of Directors and Executive Committee minutes, records and reports of various committees, correspondence, membership rolls, and extensive newspaper clippings.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Greene County Centennial Historical Address
1876, 1 folder

Booklet of the Centennial Historical Address for Greene County, Ohio, by Judge W.M. Mills, delivered at Xenia, July 4, 1876.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Greene County Courthouse Building Commission Files
1806-1888, 1 folder

Copy of a late 19th-century photo of Greene County Commissioners as well as miscellaneous documents from the building commission.

Subject Area(s): Politics, Local History



Greene County Fair Board Records
1959-1977, .5 lin. ft.

Consists of copies of the official programs of the Greene County Fair dating between 1959 and 1977.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Greene County Medical Society Records
1888-1989, 2.94 lin. ft.

The collection consists of minutes, ledgers, clippings, member lists, instruments, and other materials relating to the Greene County Medical Society.

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


Greene Street United Methodist Church Records
1823-1986, 5 reels

Consists of 35 volumes of church records which include Board of Trustees minutes, membership records, baptisms, marriages, church histories, Sunday School records, women's and missionary society records, Quarterly Meeting minutes, a listing of ministers, and Steward's reports. Greene Street United Methodist is located in Piqua, Ohio.

Subject Area(s): Religion



Greenview Garden Club History Records
1957-2014, 4 lin. ft.

The Greenview Garden Club, established 1957, is located in Englewood, Ohio. This collection is comprised of meeting minutes, agendas, letters, photographs, awards and scrapbooks created by the Greenview Garden Club. These materials date from 1957-2014. Also included in this collection are records of the work of Greenview Garden Club Members volunteering for the Stillwater Sanitarium and the creation and maintaining of the Herb Garden at Aullwood Farms.

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



Groff, J. Robert, Papers
1938-1954, 2 lin. ft.

Groff was the president and general manager of the James Leffel Company in Springfield, Ohio. Papers in this collection reflect his civic and volunteer involvements and include minutes, reports, publications, and correspondence from such organizations as the Springfield Community Chest, the Rotary Club, the Springfield and Clark County War Chest, the War Manpower Board, and the United Appeals Fund.

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



Gross, Reinhold, Collection
1952-1972, .5 lin. ft.

Reinhold Gross was a mechanical engineer who specialized in parachutes and related equipment. Researchers studying his collection of papers can gain insight into aviation engineering during the middle of the 20th century, particularly in Dayton (Ohio). His papers include patents, blueprints, certificates, photographs, correspondence, technical reports, and newspaper clippings.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Local History



Gunermann, Heinrich, Album
1918-1936, .5 lin. ft.

The collection consists of one photographic album depicting Gunermann's early flying career, including parachuting, flight school, and barnstorming.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Photographic Collections