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    • Columbus Today 1932

    • The Columbus Commerce started in 1925 publishing news and information about Columbus businesses and business owners, as well as news about the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Columbus Commerce became Columbus Today in 1930 and was published until...
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    • Boards of trade; Business enterprises;
    • Columbus and Ohio Men Volume 5

    • The Columbus and Ohio Men- Distinguished Scrapbooks were compiled by members of the Columbus Writers Club in the 1950s and early 1960s and consists of eight volumes. Presidents of the club during this time included George Stonerock (1954-1956,...
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    • History; Newspapers;
    • Chautauqua - Adams County 1909

    • A program pamphlet from the 1909 Adams County Chautauqua in Peebles, Ohio. The pamphlet lists schedules of events, programs and performances as well as profiles of the presenters. It also lists the officers, directors and committee members...
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    • ; Peebles (Ohio); Chautauquas;
    • Columbus Centennial Program 1812-1912 Part 5

    • Columbus Centennial program published by the Columbus Dispatch celebrating the 100th anniversary of Columbus, Ohio. The paper included historical images and facts about Columbus as well as current information about the city at the time of...
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    • Newspapers; History; Newspapers;
    • Driving Park Branch photo album #3

    • This photo album documents events at the Driving Park Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library during the 1980s. Notable events include the first Teen Dance Party, volunteens events, and various programs
    • Driving Park
    • Branch Libraries
    • Columbus Centennial Program 1812-1912 Part 6

    • Columbus Centennial program published by the Columbus Dispatch celebrating the 100th anniversary of Columbus, Ohio. The paper included historical images and facts about Columbus as well as current information about the city at the time of...
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    • Newspapers; History; Newspapers;
    • Dear Old Columbus Town

    • Cover depicts lighted arches over High Street at night. Introduced and sung by the Monkey's Nest Quartet, Curtis C. Lattimer, Arthur C. McArthur, C.O. Bradshaw and Hugh Lindsey.
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    • Songs; Popular music
    • Columbus Today 1930

    • The Columbus Commerce started in 1925 publishing news and information about Columbus businesses and business owners, as well as news about the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Columbus Commerce became Columbus Today in 1930 and was published until...
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    • Boards of trade; Business enterprises;
    • Thirtieth Annual Commencement of the Columbus High School program.

    • A program for the Thirtieth Annual Commencement of Columbus High School to be held on Thursday, June 24th, 1880. Columbus' first Central High School opened September 8, 1862 in a Romanesque building with red brick and Waverly stone dressings. Old...
    • Downtown
    • High schools; Commencement ceremonies
    • CCAS0057

    • List the candidates by party and what offices they are running for. Published by the Republican County Executive Committee, H. E. Owen, Secretary, Dwight Harrison, Chairman. [No election date given.]
    • Downtown
    • Political Campaigns; Elections; Politicians;
    • Jeffrey Service Volume 1, September 1914 - August 1915

    • The Jeffrey Service was a Company published newsletter or periodical beginning in 1914 which featured not only articles about the Jeffrey Company and mining equipment but also included much information about the employees at every level and daily...
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    • History; Industries; Business enterprises; Businesspeople; Industries; Genealogy; Jeffrey Manufacturing Company (Columbus, Ohio); Coal mines and mining; Coal trade
    • Columbus Commerce 1926

    • The Columbus Commerce started in 1925 publishing news and information about Columbus businesses and business owners, as well as news about the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Columbus Commerce became Columbus Today in 1930 and was published until...
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    • Boards of trade; Business enterprises;
    • That A. C. R. rag

    • Cove depicts the dance hall filled with happy dancing couples. Photo in black and white.
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    • Dance halls
    • Masonic sword owned by Lorin Rockfield Landis.

    • Masonic sword, scabbard and leather case owned by Lorin Rockfield Landis, made by The M. C. Lilley & Co. between 1882 and 1925. Mr. Landis became the Worshipful Master of the York Lodge of Worthington, Ohio in 1926. The M. C. Lilley and Company was...
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    • Swords; Fraternal organizations; M. C. Lilley & Co.; Knights Templar (Masonic order); York Rite (Masonic order)
    • Columbus This Week Volume 10 January 5 - May 30, 1930

    • Columbus This Week was a magazine published by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce that focused on events, conventions, directories, theatrical schedules, and transportation time tables.
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    • Special events; Theaters--Ohio--Columbus--History; Motion picture theaters; Timetables
    • Achbar Grotto Fez

    • Achbar Grotto Fez owned by Lorin R. Landis who was the Worshipful Master of the York Lodge in Worthington, Ohio in 1926. The fez was made by The Lilley Company. M. C. Lilley and Company was founded in 1865 by four leading citizens of Columbus, Ohio...
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    • Swords; Fraternal organizations; M. C. Lilley & Co.; Knights Templar (Masonic order); York Rite (Masonic order)
    • Knights Templar Soft Cap

    • Knights Templar soft cap owned by Lorin R. Landis who was the Worshipful Master of the York Lodge in Worthington, Ohio in 1926. This cap was mad by The Lilley Company. The M. C. Lilley and Company was founded in 1865 by four leading citizens of...
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    • Swords; Fraternal organizations; M. C. Lilley & Co.; Knights Templar (Masonic order); York Rite (Masonic order)
    • Columbus Commerce 1927

    • The Columbus Commerce started in 1925 publishing news and information about Columbus businesses and business owners, as well as news about the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Columbus Commerce became Columbus Today in 1930 and was published until...
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    • Boards of trade; Business enterprises;
    • Masonic sword owned by S. E. Simmons

    • Masonic sword owned by S. E. Simmons, made by The Lilley Company of Columbus, Ohio. M. C. Lilley and Company was founded in 1865 by four leading citizens of Columbus, Ohio all veterans of the Civil War. They were Mitchell Campbell Lilley, John...
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    • Swords; Fraternal organizations; M. C. Lilley & Co.; Knights Templar (Masonic order);
    • Masonic sword and belt with hanger owned by William H. DeWitt.

    • Masonic sword and belt with hanger owned by William H. DeWitt. This sword was made between 1865 and 1881. The M. C. Lilley and Company was founded in 1865 by four leading citizens of Columbus, Ohio all veterans of the Civil War. They were Mitchell...
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    • Swords; Fraternal organizations; M. C. Lilley & Co.; Knights Templar (Masonic order);

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