Library of Regional History Holdings
Biographies of prominent men and women from the area
Travel journals & other narratives
Family histories in various formats
Teachers guides for instruction in local history
Historical fiction with southwest Ohio settings
Yearbooks from Miami University, Oxford College,Western College, and other schools: College Corner, Hanover, McGuffey, Morgan, Reily, Ross, Stewart, and Talawanda
More than 50 subscriptions, including:
Ohio Genealogical Society publications
Newsletters of local historical and genealogical societies
Newspapers from Cincinnati, College Corner, Hamilton, Harrison, Oxford, and Ross
telephone directories for Cincinnati, Hamilton, Oxford, and other areas
maps, topographic maps, and county atlases spanning two centuries
of individuals, families, residences, businesses, events, structures,
and more; including the Clyde Bowden Digital Postcard Collection
Audiotapes and/or typed transcripts of interviews with:
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
The Smith Library has microfilm of the nineteenth-century federal non-population census records for Butler County, including both agriculture and industry.
The Smith Library is a Freedom Station Affiliate of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
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