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an old photo of a large building with a clock tower
Montgomery County Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall with the original top. The building is still standing and in use but is in jeopardy of destruction.
four paper plates filled with food sitting on top of a white table covered in condiments
Ohio Sauerkraut Festival – Waynesville, Ohio
Ohio Sauerkraut Festival – Waynesville
a large glass building sitting in the middle of a street next to tall buildings at night
Pelli Clarke & Partners
Schuster Performing Arts Centerin Dayton, Ohio | Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
a group of men in uniform playing musical instruments
Air Force Marathon in Dayton, Ohio
a large white house with two stories and a clock on the front door is shown
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Dayton International Peace Museum - a #DaytonOriginal from Christine Dull
an old photo of a man in a suit and tie
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Dayton native Clarence Joseph McLin Jr. (known as C.J. McLin) was a civil rights leader and was instrumental in bringing about a positive change in Dayton’s race relations. He was a Dunbar High School graduate. McLin ran for Ohio State Representative in 1966 following the race riots in Dayton and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and quickly became one of the most influential leaders in the history of Ohio.
a historical marker in front of a white building with trees and grass around it that reads, the patterson homestead
Patterson House
The Patterson Homestead is a historic house museum located at 1815 Brown Street in Dayton, Ohio, USA. It was built in 1816 by American Revolutionary War veteran Colonel Robert Patterson.
an empty auditorium with red seats and wooden floors
The Loft Theatre
In 1991, The Arts Center Foundation finished the renovation of the former Metropolitan Department Store into the Metropolitan Arts Center, a contemporary building that would house many of Dayton's most energetic and innovative organizations such as Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Cityfolk, The Muse Machine and Rhythm in Shoes.
a cemetery with many headstones and flags in the background, surrounded by greenery
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, located at 118 Woodland Avenue, Dayton, Ohio, is one of the oldest "garden" cemeteries in the United States. Woodland was founded in 1841 by John Whitten Van Cleve, the first male child born in Dayton.
an aerial view of a football stadium with cars parked in the parking lot behind it
Welcome Stadium (University of Dayton)
an artistic sculpture in the shape of a long curved tail against a blue sky with white clouds
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Detail of "Pathway" sculpture by John Safer on the grounds of the world-class Dayton Art Institute.
black and white photograph of two men sitting on the front steps of a house, one wearing a suit
The Wright Brothers Biography
Wilbur and Orville Wright born in Dayton, Ohio
an info sheet with different things to do in the city
Things to do in Dayton, Ohio.
an old white building on the corner of a street with cars parked in front of it
Oregon Historic District of Dayton, OH
an advertisement for the walking tour in front of a large building with columns and pillars
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A Walking Tour of Dayton, Ohio (Look Up, America!) by Doug Gelbert. $0.99. http://onemoment4u.org/showme/dpkda/Bk0d0a6w5k5vAgKdDhGw.html. Author: Doug Gelbert. 41 pages. There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour is r...
a bench with two hats on it sitting in the middle of a sidewalk next to grass
The Wright Bros. bench in downtown Dayton, Ohio.
two statues of men in suits are facing each other on a grassy area with buildings in the background
Dayton Ohio statues of Orville and Wilbur Wright.
an old building with a fountain in front of it and flowers growing on the ground
Staycation Ideas for Summer Fun in Dayton
Fun things to do in Dayton Ohio
an old building with a sign in front of it that says alam's hill historic district
Bossler Mansion, Dayton, Ohio
Bossler Mansion, Dayton, Ohio by Matthew CT, via Flickr
the city is lit up at night and reflecting in the water with its lights on
Dayton, Ohio skyline
a red skyline with the word jayton on it in black and white, against a bright red background
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Dayton Ohio Art Print - World Traveler Series Pop Art Skyline Poster - Available in 56 Colors - UOH031 on Etsy
an american flag tower lit up at night
Dayton, Ohio Air Traffic Control Tower - at the Dayton International Airport #FlyDayton
there are many different pictures of the outside of this building and it's colors
24 Hours in Dayton, OH with Bethany and Jana
Scenes from the Oregon District
an old church with two towers on the front
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St. Mary Catholic Church - the only Romanesque church in Dayton! #DaytonOriginal
trees and grass in the foreground with a blue building in the backround
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Island MetroPark #DaytonOriginal
the statue is surrounded by snow and trees
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Hills & Dales @Five Rivers MetroParks
an empty city street at night with no cars on the road and buildings lit up
Oregon District, Dayton, Ohio
Oregon District, Dayton,Ohio #dayton shopping #daytondining #dayton
a stone tower in the middle of a park with lots of trees and leaves around it
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Golden morning light on a stone castle at Hills and Dales Metropark in Dayton, Ohio.
the street signs are clearly visible for everyone to see on this pole in front of a brick building
April 2010 – Bedside Table Books
Erma Bombeck was a well-known twentieth-century American journalist and humorist. Erma Louise Fiste was born on February 21, 1927, in Dayton, Ohio.