In 2012 the Costas Family generously shared their “time capsule” house with our community. When Oakwood Historical Society's curators and historians started to research their story, we found amazing primary resources and artifacts that were preserved in place and in storage. Two sizes: 8x8 or 12x12.
A history of Oakwood written 1983 celebrating the city's 75th anniversary: 180 pp, new 2008 edition introduction, chapter notes, and index.
A self-guided tour.
Written by Linda Carrick Thomas, granddaughter of Manhattan Project Administrator and Director of Monsanto, Charles Allen Thomas. Learn about the Manhattan Project’s secret chemistry work in Oakwood, Ohio. Softbound, 140 pages
A reprint of the c. 1920 advertising Brochure of Shafor Heights. Includes images from primarily the 100 and 200 blocks of Beverly, Dixon, Wisteria, and Shafor avenues.
A self-guided walking tour.
Depicts a cross section of individuals, famous and infamous, notable and unknown who have made Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum their final resting place. 28 pages
A vivid pictorial account of the 1913 flood with images from 1913 and today, published by by the Miami Conservancy District, photography by Andy Snow. Hardbound, 128 pages.
A reprint of the 1915 advertising book for the Schantz Historical District: 50 pages.
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