2021 Bibliography

  1. Dr. Dudley Keever: Centerville-Washington History: Dr. Dudley Keever.
  2. The Story of Natalie Clifford Barney: Natalie Clifford Barney on Wikipedia, Sappho on Wikipedia, Brooklyn Museum: Natalie Barney, Headstuff History: Natalie Clifford Barney, Queen of the Paris Lesbians, Poems & poèmes/Lines taken from Poems I shall not write., and Poems & poèmes/I Built a Fire
  3. Dr. Helen Octavia Dickens: Changing the face of Medicine: Dr. Helen Octavia Dickens, American College of Surgeons: Helen Octavia Dickents, MD, FACS (1909-2001), Penn Medicine News: Helen O. Dickens: A Figure Who was Anything but Hidden, and BBC: The Female Physician who Popularised the Pap smear.
  4. Miscellaneous Dayton Facts: Requarth Lumber About Page,Bellbrook Moon Scrapbook, Volume 2, Dayton.com: 17 things to see at Woodland Cemetery, and Dayton – The Gem City, Bruce W. and Virginia Ronald, 1981.
  5. Olt Brewing Company: Dayton History Books Online, Dayton beer: A history of brewing in the Miami Valley., Gaffney, T. R., 2019., Warped Wing & descendants of 111-year-old Dayton brewery launch new beer
  6. Fun Dayton Facts and More Fun Dayton Facts: Dayton – The Gem City, Bruce W. and Virginia Ronald, 1981.
  7. Aaron Nutt, Sr.: Centerville-Washington History: Aaron Nutt, Sr., Find a Grave: Aaron Nutt, and Teamster on Wikipedia.
  8. Lewis Kemp and the Oldest House in Dayton: Lewis Kemp House on Wikipedia, Find a Grave: Kemp Cemetery, A Proud Old Pioneer Family Dayton Daily News, November 25th, 1934, and Dayton Daily News, August 13th, 1978.
  9. William Walton: Centerville-Washington History: Walton House, Centerville-Washington History: William Walton, and Find a Grave: William Ernest Walton.
  10. Ida Weller: Centerville-Washington History: Ida A. Weller, City of Centerville Ordinance No. 27-98, and Centerville Washington History Facebook.
  11. A Brief History of Spring Valley: Spring Valley Heritage, and Go Historic: George Barrett Concrete House Spring Valley, Ohio.
  12. Benjamin Archer: Centerville City Schools History, and Centerville-Washington History: Benjamin Archer.