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U.S. Army Signal Services Records
1886-1891, 1 reel

Consists of a volume of monthly meteorological reports from the Columbus area recording daily measurements of temperature, rainfall, weather conditions, and barometric pressure.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations


U.S. Army WWII Correspondence Course Kit
1943-1944 (36 items)

The collection consists of several correspondence courses which were to be taken by Army medics preparing for deployment to the Pacific Theatre. There are ten booklets on various diseases and treatments, two exams, and instructions.

Subject Area(s): World War II



U.S. Naval Aircraft Photographs
ca. 1944, 1 folder

Contains twenty small photographs of various Navy aircraft.

Subject Area(s): Aviation, Photographic Collections



Unidentified World War I Soldier's Letter
1919, 1 folder

The collection contains a postcard of a transport ship and a letter from a World War I soldier to his brother while enroute home. The letter provides insight on race relations in a segregated army.

Subject Area(s): Family and Personal Papers, World War I, African-Americans



Union Sunday School's Constitution - Harrison Township
Undated, 1 folder

Original handwritten constitution from a Sunday School in Montgomery County

Subject Area(s): Religion, Local History



United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 104 Records
1890-1973 (bulk 1890-1969), 3.5 lin. ft.

Records consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, financial records, and committee reports. Note: restrictions may apply.

Subject Area(s): Labor Unions, Local History



United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 2248 Records
1919-1974, 1 lin. ft.

Includes minute books and a small amount of correspondence, newsletters, and minutes of special meetings. Local 2248 is based in Piqua.

Subject Area(s): Labor Unions, Local History



United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 684 Records
1940-1974, 2 lin. ft.

Contains membership meeting minutes of the Miami Valley Carpenter's District Council, Executive Board minutes, constitutions, financial records, contract proposals, newsletters, and convention proceedings. Local 684 is based in Dayton.

Subject Area(s): Labor Unions, Local History


United Society of Believers Papers
1823-1982, 1 reel

A collection of diaries kept by members of the Watervliet Community of Shakers near Dayton, Ohio. The diaries of Nathaniel Taylor (1823-1830), Henry Reynolds (1854-1856), James Prescott (1842), Richard Pelham (1834-1840), and Moses Eastwood are included. The collection also includes a 2-volume autobiography of Elder Issachar Bates.

Subject Area(s): Religion



United Spanish War Veterans Post 8 Records
1904-1949, .5 lin. ft.

Records consist of the organization's minute books from 1904-1906 and from 1923-1949. Also included are bylaws, an officer's roster, a ritual manual, photographs, and correspondence. Post 8 drew members from the Auglaize County, Ohio, area.

Subject Area(s): Civic Organizations, Local History



Updyke, Joseph, Collection, World War II Correspondence
1942-1945, 1995 (bulk 1943-1944); 0.84 lin. ft. (about 480 items)

The collection consists primarily of correspondence written and received by Joseph F. "Bud" Updyke, a lifelong resident of Oakwood, during his World War II service in the U.S. Army at Fort Knox (Armored Force Replacement Training Center), England, and France. Subjects included military life and clerical work, interpersonal relationships, train travel, rationing and food shortages, base and barracks conditions, entertainment, weather, historic sites and scenery, holidays, and mail service. The collection also includes a few mementoes, such as newsletters and photographs.

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



Urbana Typographical Union, Local 747 Records
1913-1976, 1.5 lin. ft.

Consists of minutes, financial records, correspondence, and membership information.

Subject Area(s): Labor Unions, Local History



Utermoehlen Funeral Registry
1913, .5 lin. ft.

This collection consists of four items: one Funeral registry for Felix Carl Utermoehlen; two newspaper clippings, one titled "Watched Ghouls Work As Flood Victims Cried in Vain for Assistance" which details scenes viewed by Mrs. Felix Utermoehlen, and another clipping on Felix's father, Theodore Utermoehlen who served as a mechanic for the Wright Brothers; and also an envelope containing the funeral purchase agreement.

Subject Area(s): 1913 Flood History, Wright Brothers Related, Local History