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MS-458 Dayton Daily News ArchiveCollection Number: MS-458Title: Dayton Daily News ArchiveDates: 1890-2004 (bulk 1930-1980)Creator: Dayton Daily NewsSummary/Abstract:The collection consists of over 2000 cubic feet of photographs, negatives, and news clippingsspanning obituary, personality, and subject files generated by the Dayton Daily News and theformer Journal Herald in the twentieth century. The newspaper was founded by James M. Cox, athree-term Ohio governor and presidential candidate. The archive documents the local andregional history of Dayton and the Miami Valley in Ohio and its role on a national scale,particularly during the period 1930 to 1980. This history serves as a rich example of Americaningenuity and perseverance in the twentieth century. Dayton, considered the cradle of inventionin the early 1900s, generated more patents than any other city in America. Creativity intechnology, 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 citymanager form of government, and the first cash register. Its past includes a strong history of thewomen’s club movement, innovative industrial development, dynamic political figures, groundbreaking aviation technology, a vital military establishment, strong progressivism, anddiplomatic milestones, such as the Dayton Peace Accords. It was the first city to establish aconservancy district to protect the city from devastating flood waters. The spirit and history ofDayton’s innovators and the everyday lives of its citizens are told in the photographs and storiesrecorded in the newspaper.Quantity/Physical Description: 2090 cubic feetLanguage(s): EnglishRepository:Special Collections and Archives, Paul Laurence Dunbar Library, Wright State University,Dayton, OH 45435-0001, (937) 775-2092.Restrictions on Access: The Dayton Daily News Archive is stored off-site. Please contact theArchives staff at 937-775-2092 or [email protected] with your research topicat least three business days in advance of visiting to allow time to retrieve files.Restrictions on Use: Copyright restrictions apply. Permission to publish, quote, or reproducemust be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.Preferred Citation:1

MS-458, Dayton Daily News Archive, Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries,Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.Acquisition: The Dayton Daily News transferred legal ownership of the collection to WrightState University on October 8, 2009.Sponsor: Basic processing of the Dayton Daily News Archive was made possible through agenerous two year grant from The National Historical Publications and Records Commission(NHPRC) awarded in 2010.Custodial History: The Dayton Daily News Archive was managed by the Dayton Daily NewsLibrary staff until the archive was transferred to Wright State University Libraries, SpecialCollections & Archives on October 8, 2009.Alternative Form Available: Microfilm of the Journal Herald, Dayton Daily News and JournalHerald, and the Dayton Daily News newspapers are available in the Media Room on the 2nd floorof the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library.Location of Originals: The Dayton Daily News Archive is stored off-site. Please contact theArchives staff at 937-775-2092 or [email protected] with your research topicat least three business days in advance of visiting to allow time to retrieve files.Separated Material: Fifty-two books on aviation and local topics of high interest wereseparated from the library series (series VII), cataloged, and are available in the reading room.These items have a note in the catalog record indicating their provenance with the Dayton DailyNews Archive. A binder of original planning documents and photographs from the MiamiValley Atomic Energy Show was discovered in the library series, separated, and processed as itsown collection, MS-484.Other Finding Aid: The Special Collections & Archives staff maintains an internal box leveldatabase to facilitate retrieval of materials.Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements: A light box and the microfilmreader/scanner in the reading room may be used to view negatives, microfiche and slides inSeries V.Related Material:MS-2 James Middleton Cox PapersMS-4 Glenn Thompson PapersMS-198 Walter McCaslin PapersMS-269 William Preston Mayfield / Caporale Photo CollectionMS-271 Peerless Mayfield Photograph CollectionMS-348 William Preston Mayfield Photograph Collection - EgbertMS-450 James Keen Photographic CollectionMS-461 D.L. Stewart PapersMS-468 Jim Fain Papers2

Processing Information: The collection is processed to the box level. Individual folder titlesare not listed. The only series processed to the folder level is the series VII Library.Processed by: William McIntire, Dayton Daily News Archivist, 2012Arrangement: The collection is arranged into 7 series:Series I: Personality FilesSubseries A: Personality A-ZSubseries B: Personality ClippingsSubseries C: Old Personality ClippingsSubseries D: Obituary ClippingsSeries II: SubjectSubseries A: Dayton Daily News Black & White PhotosSubseries B: Dayton Daily News Black & White Country and IslandSubseries C: Dayton Daily News Subject Files ClippingsSubseries D: Dayton Daily News Color PhotosSubseries E: Dayton Daily News Color Movie and TVSubseries F: Journal Herald Alpha NumericSubseries G: Journal Herald NumericSubseries H: Journal Herald Numeric ClippingsSubseries I: Journal Herald PamphletSubseries J: OversizeSeries III: Dayton Daily News CorporateSeries IV: AP ProofsSeries V: Negatives, Microfiche, SlidesSeries VI: VIP FilesSeries VII: LibraryHistory of the Dayton Daily News:James Middleton Cox founded the Dayton Daily News in 1898 when he purchased the DaytonEvening News and renamed it the following year. Cox was a prominent name in the newspaperbusiness, but he was also notably the Democratic Party's candidate for U.S. President in theelection of 1920. Cox's running mate for vice president was Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who waselected president in 1932. Cox was governor of Ohio from 1913-1915 and 1917-1921.The Dayton Daily News expanded with a Sunday edition debuting on November 2, 1913. In1948, James Cox purchased The Journal and The Herald, from the Herrick-Kumler Companyand in 1949 merged them as The Journal Herald, which continued as a morning paper and was3

considered more conservative than the Dayton Daily News. The Dayton Daily News circulatedas an evening paper. Cox ran both the Dayton Daily News and The Journal Herald out of thesame building in downtown Dayton. It wasn’t until September 15, 1986, that The JournalHerald and the Dayton Daily News were merged together to form the Dayton Daily News andJournal-Herald, a morning paper. However, the merged title only lasted through the end of 1987,when the Journal-Herald portion of the name was dropped.Award winning reporters for the Dayton Daily News include Russell Carollo and Jeff Nesmith,who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1998 for their reporting on mismanagement in the military healthcare system. Mike Peter, a cartoonist known for his strip Mother Goose and Grimm, also won aPulitzer Prize in 1981 for editorial cartooning. Tom Archdeacon, Si Burick, Ritter Collett, ClemHamilton, Dale Huffman, Hal McCoy, John Scalzi, Myron Scott, Dennis Shere, D.L. Stewart,Charley Stough III, and Dann Stupp are among many notable writers who worked at the paper.Scope and Content:The collection documents the local and regional history of Dayton and the Miami Valley in Ohiothrough materials generated by the Dayton Journal Herald and the Dayton Daily News, with thebulk of materials dating from 1930-1980. The Dayton Daily News retains its digital photographsfrom the 1990s to present. The majority of the collection is newspaper clippings and black andwhite photographs. However, the collection also includes some color photographs, color slides,negatives of various sizes, documents, microfiche, AP wire photographs, maps, oversizephotographs, and bound volumes of newspapers. General topics include: personalities,obituaries, VIP files, subjects and events. The collection is arranged into seven series:Series I. Personality FilesThe Personality Files are photos and clippings of people. Personality Files series is comprised of821 record storage boxes of material. All photos are located in the Personality A-Z subseries(736 boxes). The subseries was created by merging the Dayton Daily News and the JournalHerald personality files together. The paper had begun this process before the collection wasacquired by Wright State. The majority of the integration is complete, however there remainssome overlap in the latter part of the subseries. The three remaining subseries (Subseries B:Personality Clippings, Subseries C: Old Personality Clippings, and Subseries D: ObituaryClippings) account for 85 boxes. They are comprised solely of clippings and often correspondwith the appropriate photo in Subseries A: Personality A-Z.Series II. SubjectThe Subject Files series documents events, places, and things—any news item that is not aperson. The Subject Files fill 1038 record storage boxes (though a small percentage of clippingsare in Hollinger boxes).Subseries A: Dayton Daily News Black & White Photos (66 record storage boxes) are black andwhite photos from the 1940s-1970s listed in alphabetical order by subject.Subseries B: Dayton Daily News Black & White Country and Island (37 records storage boxes)are photos (and some clippings) on international news produced largely by media sources otherthan the Dayton Daily News.4

Subseries C: Dayton Daily News Subject Files Clippings (88 boxes) are clippings related to thephotos in the Dayton Daily News Black & White Photos subseries.Subseries D: Dayton Daily News Color Photos (19 boxes) are photos of subjects all from the late1980s-early 1990s.Subseries E: Dayton Daily News Color Movie and TV (50 boxes) are promotional photos andcelebrity head shots sent to the paper as marketing for an upcoming movie or television show.Subseries F: Journal Herald Alpha Numeric (623 record storage boxes) contains photos andclippings. This subseries is arranged using an alpha-numeric filing system unique to the DaytonDaily News. There is an index located in the archive to aid in using this series; the database notesthe Alpha-Numeric range within each box.Subseries G: Journal Herald Numeric (35 boxes) are older photos from the 1930s-1950s.Subseries H: Journal Herald Numeric Clippings (41 boxes) are news clippings that correspondto the Journal Herald Numeric Files.Subseries I: Journal Herald Pamphlet (55 record storage and banker boxes) contains clippingsthat correspond to the Journal Herald Alpha-Numeric subseries, and also use the alpha-numericfiling system in Subseries F.Subseries J: Oversize (23 boxes) subseries are subject photos that are too large to fit into astandard record storage box. It contains some photos of notable people.Series III. Dayton Daily News CorporateThe Dayton Daily News Corporate Files are 37 items related to the corporate governance of theDayton Daily News as an institution. It contains payroll ledgers, photos of company events andpersonalities, signed letters from notable individuals (such as Orville Wright, Richard Nixon, andGerald Ford), scrapbooks, whole newspapers from 1880-1995, framed pictures, corporatedocuments, and telephone directories. Some of the payroll information is under the guidelines ofthe Privacy Act.Series IV. AP ProofsThe AP Proofs series contains 9 boxes of photographs produced by media companies other thanthe Dayton Daily News and its related papers. The series has proofs from the Associated Pressfrom 1955-1991. The copyright for this material remains with the institution that created it.Series V. Negatives, Microfiche, SlidesThis series is comprised of 45 boxes. The negatives and slides are of photos that are found inprint form in other parts of the collection. The series also contains slides from TV and movies.The negatives are unlabeled, but in most cases the photographer is identified. The microfiche isof Dayton Daily News editions from the 1970s-1990s.5

Series VI. VIP FilesThe VIP Files are 106 Hollinger boxes of clippings and photos on subjects and personalities theDayton Daily News deemed to be of high use or high importance.Series VII. LibraryThe Library series contains 9 boxes (8 record center boxes and a legal size document half box) ofbooks, pamphlets, draft and final reports, and brochures that were part of the Journal Herald andDayton Daily News working library. Some books on local topics of high interest, are catalogedseparately and available in the reading room. These items have a note in the catalog recordindicating their provenance with the Dayton Daily News Archive. The library series is dividedinto 29 subseries reflecting the alpha numeric filing system used by the Journal Herald in series Fand series I. Topics include local government and politics, transportation, urban development,environmental issues, population, education, and aviation. The bulk of the materials date fromthe 1960s and 1970s. While there are many topics covered, few are represented in detail. Thecontents of the library is listed in the inventory of the finding aid below.Subject TermsPersons/FamiliesCox, James M. (James Middleton), 1870-1957Organizations/Corporate NamesDayton daily news (Dayton, Ohio : 1898) – HistoryDayton journal heraldPlacesDayton (Ohio) – History.Dayton (Ohio) – Pictorial works.Dayton (Ohio) – Newspapers – Pictorial works.Miami River Valley (Ohio) – 20th century -- History.Miami River Valley (Ohio) – 20th century – Pictorial works.Montgomery County (Ohio) – History.Ohio – Politics and government – 20th century – Pictorial works.Ohio – Social life and customs – 20th century – Pictorial works.Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Ohio)SubjectsAeronautics – Ohio – History.American newspapers – Ohio – Dayton.Arts, American – Ohio.Business – Ohio.Crime – Ohio.Education – Ohio.Holidays – Ohio.Inventors.Journalism – Ohio – Dayton.6

Law enforcement – Ohio.Newspaper publishing – Ohio – Dayton – History.Obituaries – Ohio – Dayton.Recreation – Ohio.Material TypesBooks.Newspapers.Photographs.Clippings (information artifacts)Collection InventorySeries VII: LibrarySubseries 1: Ohio ndated19471952115Ohio: the Buckeye State, V. 1-S by the Manhattan LibraryHighlights of Ohio History by the Ohio Bell Telephone CompanyLittle Known Facts about Ohio by Donald WhitacreGovernors of Ohio by Hazel Spencer Phillips and Lawrence JordanGrayThe Ohio Presidents, Gem City Saver1211951122123124Your State and World Geography Presents to You The Great State- OhioThe Growth State Ohio by the State of Ohio’s Department ofIndustrial and Economic DevelopmentGeological and Geophysical Study of the Preglacial Teays Valleyin West-Central OhioHistory of Conservation in Ohio by G. Smith1311938 Sep132113334135136Souvenir Program and History of 150 Years of ProgressSesquicentennial Celebration Commemorating the Ordinance of1787 and the Trek to the Northwest Territory, Piqua, OhioHistorical Markers in 102 Ohio Communities (OhioSesquicentennial Project)First National Exchange Bank, Sidney, Ohio, 1900-1960A Report on the Piqua Historical Area by the Ohio HistoricalSociety 1961Waterstreet: Historical Area of Homes & Shops, Xenia, Ohio(Brochure)Anthony Wayne Country: Sketches of Mad Anthony’s Victory overthe Indians in the Indian Wars, 1790-179519761960195819651953196019611981undated7

111333789Fort Ancient Earthworks (brochure)Fort Recovery (brochure)A Map of Ohio Indian Village Sites and Trails with aChronological Listing of Important Dates and Events in theHistory of Early Ohio Tribes, by Ohio Historical SocietyundatedundatedundatedSubseries 2: Political Parties (3)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate1411511950 July 12131950 July,Aug1521531541167111189111101Hearings Before the Committee on Un-American Activities, Houseof RepresentativesHearings Regarding Communist Activities in the Cincinnati, OhioArea – Part 1: Hearings before the Committee on Un-AmericanActivities, House of RepresentativesInvestigation of Communist Activities in the Dayton, Ohio Area –Part 1: Hearing before the Committee on Un-American Activities,House of RepresentativesInvestigation of Communist Activities in the Dayton, Ohio Area –Part 2: Hearing before the Committee on Un-American Activities,House of RepresentativesInvestigation of Communist Activities in the Dayton, Ohio Area –Part 3: Hearing before the Committee on Un-American Activities,House of RepresentativesMcCarthyism: the Fight for America by Senator Joe McCarthyInternational Communism (The Communist Mind) StaffConsultation with Frederick Charles SchwarzSocialist Workers campaign brochuresGus Hall, Communist Candidate for President brochure andbookletShoppers Guide to Warn of Communist Imports brochure, by theFairborn Committee1954 Sep1954 Sep 141954 Sep 1519521957 May 2919721984undatedSubseries 3: Elections (5)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate1111196411121311The 1964 American Voter: Presidential Election Editioncompliments of L.M. Berry and Co.1966 and 1970 Election Returns, Montgomery CountyCongressional Quarterly: Guides to the 1984 Democratic andRepublican National Conventions1966, 19701984Subseries 4: Citizenship and Civil Rights (7)8

BoxFileItemDescriptionDate11411948114211141531Good Citizen: The Rights and Duties of an American by theAmerican Heritage FoundationOne Man – One Vote: a statement of basic principles of legislativeapportionmentSome Questions and Answers on the Civil Rights BillDayton’s Call to Action: Recommendations for the Solution ofHuman Problems in the Community196219641967 AprilSubseries 5: Local Government (13)Sub-Subseries A: Montgomery County, Ohio 112011211122112311241Report on Local Governmental Services in Dayton andMontgomery County, Ohio: Conclusions and Recommendations ofthe Montgomery County Survey Board:Montgomery County Government: a Citizen’s Manual byCommunity Research Inc.The Lack of a Budget Process in Montgomery County byCommunity Research Inc.The Kind of Charter Needed for Montgomery County, Ohio byCommunity Research Inc.A Plan to Complete a Civic Center for Montgomery County. Areport of the Civic Center Committee, Dayton Area Chamber ofCommerceLocal Government – 1963: A Statistical Survey of Government inMontgomery County by Community Research, Inc., Dayton, OhioJoint Purchasing for Local Governments: A Report to the MiamiValley Council of Governments by Community Research, Inc.Dayton, Ohio:The Future of the Miami Valley Council of Governments byCommunity Research, Inc.Your Montgomery County Government Annual Report for 19711960 July1960 Nov1961 April1962 Feb1963196819691971Sub-Subseries B: Dayton, Ohio –Structure The Story of Dayton’s Municipal Government” by Carl Paul FalbCity Manager Government in Dayton by Landrum R. BollingTechnique of Municipal Administration, Dayton, Ohio,Conference Training Group, Joe Myers Discussion LeaderTechnique of Municipal Administration, Dayton, Ohio,193919401949 JanMay1949 Sept-9

1291111303132111133111113435363711111381Conference Training Group, Joe Myers Discussion LeaderLocal Planning Administration, Dayton, Ohio, Joe MyersDiscussion LeaderMetropolitan Challenge: A SummaryCharter Review Committee: recommendation and reports (3 items)The Changing Face of a City by Ernest Emerling to the DaytonJournal-HeraldAn Evaluation of the Dayton Ombudsman: A Study of Third PartyIntervention by Leonard D. Goodstein (Joint Office of CitizenComplaints funded by the Kettering Foundation)Ombudsman Annual Report FY 1972Ombudsman 1st Quarter Board Report FY 1973-1974Joint Office of Citizen Complaints Financial StatementOmbudsman’s Office 1973 Annual Reports FY 1973 and 19741975City of Dayton Policy Framework1950 Jan1952-19531959 Oct196319671972 Sept197319731973 Feb 281974-19751978Sub-Subseries C: Dayton, Ohio –Finances (13e4)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate221211Breakdown of Income Tax Refund ProcedureIncome Tax Ordinances No. 16922, 18111, and 2142022234511122222267891011111111Dayton Income Tax Campaign (1%)Tax Study Advisory Committee Preliminary ReportTaxation and Urban Blight: A Case Study of Greater Dayton bythe Tax Study Advisory CommitteeCity of Dayton Financial Reports (3 items)City of Dayton Tax BudgetCity of Dayton Tax BudgetsCommunity Development Block Grant ProjectsCity of Dayton Program Strategies: policy, budget, objectivesCity of Dayton Program Strategies: policy, budget, objectives19501950, 51978Sub-Subseries D: Dayton, Ohio –Personnel (13e8)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate22121311Circa 196019622141Disciplinary Procedure: a manual for city supervisorsDayton Public Service Union Complaints memo to the CityCommission from the City ManagerPay Survey Report1967Subseries 6: Crime, Law Enforcement, Civil Defense (14-15)10

BoxFileItemDescriptionDate21511960 522225253422252556Coercion case by Lt. Rado and former Sgt. Hermann in DaytonPolice DeptReport of the Child Welfare League of America to MontgomeryCounty Juvenile Court, Dayton, OhioReport of the Child Welfare League of America to Juvenile BureauDivision of Police, Dayton, OhioReport of the National Advisory Commission on Civil DisordersJuvenile Delinquency - A Challenge to Action by Health andWelfare Planning Council of the Dayton Area22nd Annual Report 1965 Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court,Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio25th Annual Report 1968 Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court,Montgomery County, Dayton, OhioOn Guard: Protect Yourself Against the CriminalLaw Enforcement – Problems and Progress in Gem City SaverWomen in Law Enforcement: a position paper based on themetropolitan Dayton workshop on Women in PolicingCrimes and Victims: a report on the Dayton-San Jose Pilot Surveyof VictimizationEnrolled Volunteer Worker Groups for Civilian Protection byUnited States Office of Civilian DefenseUnited States Civil Defense: Shelter from Atomic Attack inExisting buildingsDayton Evacuation PlanThe First 14 Days Survival: be prepared to deal with enemyattack, tornado, fire, and other disasterFallout Protection: What to Know and Do About Nuclear AttackChallenge to Women: Manual for Women in Civil Defense1962 Nov1962 Nov19681969 June1966196919701972 Winter1974197419411952Circa 1956Circa 195719611963Subseries 7: International (17)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate222262728111NCR Factory News Special Issue on the United NationsU.S. Charges of Soviet Military Buildup in CubaFain in Vietnam reprinted from the Dayton Daily News195819621965Subseries 8: Defense- Missiles and Nuclear Power (18)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate2291MQM-107 Guided Missile Target: Variable Speed197511

229123012311The Missile Defense Question: Is LBJ Right? Russia Deploys AntiMissile Network U.S. Refuses to Keep Pace: A Background ReportFrom the Kettering Bug to the Cruise Missile and Beyond: 75thAnniversary of Powered Flight and 60th Anniversary of theKettering Bugs’ First FlightThe Present Challenge: A Report on the Nuclear Dilemma by theCox Newspapers197819781983 April 10Subseries 9: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on System Management and the Weapon System ProjectOffice on the management of aeronautical systems, Air ForceAir Force Missile Test Center: Air Research and DevelopmentCommandAerospace Research Laboratories, Wright-Patterson Air ForceBase, Ohio3111963 Sept321333334561111Wright Patterson Air Force Base – University Highway NeedsStudyConcept 1976: a long range facility concept for Area B Wright –Patterson Air Force Base, OhioAeronautical Systems DivisionAir Force Advanced Logistics System (ALS) and Max ProjectThe Miami Valley Welcomes you to Wright-PattersonMission Adaptive Wing (Air Force/NASA/Boeing)1960Circa 19601967Circa 19701977-197819781985Subseries 10: Courts ton Municipal Court Annual ReportMontgomery County, Ohio General Division Common Pleas CourtAnnual ReportAnnual Report of the Court of Common Pleas General Divisionand Clerk of Courts Montgomery County, Ohio1983Subseries 11: Laws (23)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate33101111Traffic Ordinance of City of Dayton, OhioGun Abuse in Ohio by Jeffrey H. Spiegler and John J. Sweeney1944197512

Subseries 12: Economy (25)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate31211967 Feb313131413151316131713181Manufacturing in the Miami Valley Region by the Miami ValleyRegional Planning CommissionIndustry in the Miami Valley Region by the Miami ValleyRegional Planning CommissionCommercial Development in the Miami Valley Region by theMiami Valley Regional Planning CommissionTechnical Bulletin: Commercial Development in the Miami ValleyRegion by the Miami Valley Regional Planning CommissionNeighborhood Profiles Update: City of Dayton CommunityRenewal ProgramFinal Report, Public Opinion Survey, Business Opinion Survey byMayor’s Council on Economic Development Amenities TaskForceDayton by the Dayton Development Council on the advantages ofdoing business in Dayton1967 Aug19681972 June1972 Oct19801980Subseries 13: Water Studies (34)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate3191332021211Caesar Creek Lake, Greene County, Ohio: preliminary1958 Julyengineering reportCaesar Creek Dam and Reservoir Land Acquisition Map1967Caesar Creek Lake Project: environmental impact statement Vol. I 1974 AprilCaesar Creek Lake Project: environmental impact statement Vol.II332223113332425261113271411421Great Miami River Dam StudyLow Dams in the Miami River, Dayton, Ohio. Memorandum by theMiami Conservancy DistrictOpen Space Special Studies on the Miami River (2)Dayton River Corridor Plan article in Gem City Saver magazineMiami River Corridor Plan prepared for the Butler County MiamiRiver Corridor CommitteeClarence J. Brown Dam & Reservoir Ohio: Environmental ImpactStatement1962 Jan1962 MayLittle Miami River Conservancy District Preliminary EngineeringReportLittle Miami Basin, Ohio, East Fork Lake Project: Statement ofFindings1966 FebCirca 19621973 Summer1974 May1975 Jan197413

431Toms Run Lake, Montgomery County Ohio: PreliminaryEngineering Report19614411960 April451Miami Shores Addition to the Official Plan of the MiamiConservancy DistrictManaging Water Quality: a job of the Miami Conservancy District461Facts About the Proposed Lake Erie-Ohio River Canal1961471Canal Sesquicentennial, Gem City Saver1977 Summer1970Subseries 14: Automobile and Aircraft Industries (42)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate481Concerning Cars newletter, “Our Hats Off to Brooklyn, Ohio: thefirst place in the world to have a seat belt law 19 years ag0”Concerning Cars newletter, “Lifesaving Potential by Use ofSeatbelts”The Implications of Government-Industry Relations in Aerospace,remarks by Karl G. Harr, Jr. President of Aerospace IndustriesAssociationBoeing Magazine, on the 50th Anniversary of Powered FlightIndiana and the SST1985 Jan2491441011111987 March19661953 Dec1970Subseries 15: Local Companies (47)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate444121314111The Chemlawn History by Wm. A. CopelandDAYCO Corporation: a historyThe Frigidaire Story19821971196241511956 May 16441515234154The Greatest Frontier: remarks at the dedication program GeneralMotors Technical CenterDayton Salutes General Motors on its 50th AnniversaryOur 50th Year: some highlights of General Motors goldenmilestoneSummary of Major Provisions of the GM-UAW Settlement44161711197319734181The Huffman Manufacturing Company, 50th anniversaryInland Manufacturing, Division of GM 50th Anniversary SlideTranscript of “It Started With the Wheel”Monarch Marking System Company: Fifty Years of Business195819581967 Dec 15194014

Building44444191919191912345Background Information, the National Cash Register CompanyNCR Factory News article “NCR Throughout the World”NCR and TomorrowNCR’s Expanding R. and D. Role in DefenseNCR Presents Highlights from “Today’s Revolution in RetailMerchandising”NCR EIU Constitution and By-LawsCirca 19551959 MayCirca 196019621962420142111972 Aug 28234A Tale of Two Cities – and Two Companies by Robert S. Oelmanbefore the Dayton Rotary ClubNCR Corporation Annual ReportNCR Encapsulation brochureNCR Total System44421212144222311New Idea Farm Equipment Company, a History, 1899-1965Rike-Kumler Co. 70th Anniversary Celebration1965192319681974Circa 1970sundatedSubseries 16: TransportationSub-Subseries A: Regional (48)BoxFileItemDescriptionDate4241-21963, 196442514261427293031Regional Transportation Planning in Greene – MontgomeryCountiesRegional Transportation and Development Study Prospectus:Montgomery and Greene CountiesComprehensive Transportation Plan: Population and EconomicReport, Clark County – Springfield, OhioDayton Light Rail Transit System Implementation ApplicationSoutheast CorridorRTA (Miami Valley Regional Transit Authority) Annual ReportTransportation Coordinating Committee annual reports44111966 Nov1971197519751976, 1978,1980Sub-Subseries B: Highways, Parking, Bike paths, Bridges 94321Supplement to Preliminary Design Report U.S. Route 25Expressway Riverside Drive to South Corporation Line, Dayton,Ohio (Oversize Location 101, File 9, Item 1)Dayton’s Expressways and YOU: the expressways bond issue,published by Citizens Expressway CommitteeCirca 196015

43224331434143514443637381114391The Road Ahead: the exciting story of the nation’s 50 billion dollarroad programThe Developmental Implications of Interstate Route 675 (US 25By-Pass) by the Regional Transportation CommitteeOne Way Traffic Operation of State Route 48 by the RegionalTransportation CommitteeLetter Request of Mall Park Motel for East Bound Lane on FourthStreetInterim Report: Dayton Parking StudyCenter City Parking Study Dayton, O

4 considered more conservative than the Dayton Daily News.The Dayton Daily News circulated as an evening paper. Cox ran both the Dayton Daily News and The Journal Herald out of the same building in downtown Dayton. It wasn't until September 15, 1986, that The Journal Herald and the Dayton Daily News were merged together to form the Dayton Daily News and

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Software Development , Scrum [11] [12], Scrumban [Ladas 2009 and several va-riant methods of agile]. The agile methodology is based on the “iterative enhancement” [13] technique [14]. As a iteration based methodology, each iteration in the agile methodology represents a small scale and selfcontained Software Development Life Cycle - (SDLC) by itself . Unlike the Spiral model [1] , agile .