Breweries of Dayton - A toast to brewers from the Gem City: 1810-1961
References

REFERENCES

 

Associated Dayton Artists. Club Men of Dayton in caricature. Dayton: Associated Artists, 1912.

Ballard, John Milton. Dayton Police Department: with complete biographical sketches of each member. Dayton: Police Pension Fund, 1910.

Conover, Charlotte Reeve. Dayton and Montgomery County, resources and people. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing, 1932.

————-Dayton, Ohio: an intimate history. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing, 1932.

————-The Story of Dayton. Dayton: Otterbein Press, 1917.

Conover, Frank. Centennial portrait and biographical record of the city of Dayton and Montgomery  County, Ohio, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with the biographies and portraits of the Presidents of the United States and biographies of the governors of Ohio. Chicago: A. W. Bowen, 1897.

Drury, Augustus Waldo. Dayton and Montgomery County: pictorial and biographical Deluxe supplement. Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909.

—————History of the city of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio. Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1909.

Edgar, John Farris. Pioneer life in Dayton and vicinity, 1796-1840. Dayton: W. J. Shuey, 1896.

Everts, L. H. & Co. Combination atlas map of Montgomery County, Ohio. Philadelphia: Hunter Press, 1875.

Faber, Charles W.    New Dayton illustrated or, The gem city as seen through a camera, 1893. Dayton: National Coupon publishing, 1894.

Knights Templar. Reed Commandery, No.6. A knightly greeting, Dayton: Groneweg:Printing, c1896.

McKee, Philip. Big Town. New York: J. Day, c1931.

McKinney, James P. The industrial advance of Dayton, Ohio, and environs. Dayton: Commerce Publishing Co., 1889.

Odell, J. Jr. Odell’s Dayton directory and business advertiser. Dayton: J. Odell. Jr., 1850.

Ohmer, Michael. A boys impression of Dayton 64 years ago. Dayton: 1901.

Shafts, Joseph. Biography of Dayton. Dayton: Miami Valley Socialist, c1922.

United Brethren Publishing House. History of Dayton, Ohio. With portraits and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent citizens. Dayton: United Brethren Publishing House, 1889.

 

NEWSPAPERS:

Dayton Daily News.

Dayton Journal Herald.

Dayton Journal and Advertiser.

Gedenk-blaetter: Sonntags-beilage zur Daytoner volks-zeitung. (Dayton).

 

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