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Cummins Room Holdings

The Cummins Local History Room at the Hamilton Lane Library is named after George C. Cummins (1903-1980), a prominent Hamilton attorney and active local historian cheap ativan no prescription buy ativan mexico cheapest ativan . The collection buy ambien us buy ambien online canada ambien without prescription includes material related to the history of Butler County and a number of sources of interest to genealogists buy valium australia buy valium online usa visit us . Listed below are some of the most frequently used sources in the collection. For more information, please call the Information Services Department at (513) 894-7158 or send email to reference@lanepl purchase tramadol how to buy tramadol online purchase tramadol .org.

  • Butler County cemetery indexes
  • Butler County census records on microfilm (1820-1920)
  • Butler County deeds on microfilm (1803-1849)
  • Butler County Infirmary records on microfilm (1800-1913)
  • Butler County map of 1836, atlases of 1875 and 1895
  • Butler County USGS topographical maps (7.5 minute series)
  • Cummins Photo Collection (over 3,000 photos from the mid-19th to early 20th century)
  • Greenwood Cemetery interment records on microfiche (1848-1974)
  • Hamilton city directories (1858-1859 and 1892 to the present)
  • Hamilton newspapers on microfilm (1823 to the present)
  • Hamilton Sanborn insurance maps (1892 and 1927+)
  • Histories of Hamilton, Fairfield, Oxford and other places in Butler County
  • Miscellaneous school yearbooks (circa 1910’s-1960’s; this is not a comprehensive collection)
  • Ohio census indexes
  • Passenger and Immigration List Index (Filby)
  • Rosters of Ohio soldiers for Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, and World War I