The Fred F. Marshall Papers reflect Marshall's career as an engineer, aviation journalist, photographer, environmentalist, and local historian. Marshall was attached to the Signal Corps in World War I; he then returned to Dayton to work at McCook Field where he was editor of the aviation journal, Slipstream. Retiring in 1955 after working for several engineering and aircraft firms, Marshall devoted his time to writing articles dealing with the history of the Yellow Springs, Clifton, and Cedarville areas of Greene County. The collection includes drafts and finalized copies of original stories, newspaper clippings,correspondence, certificates, awards, scrapbooks, as well as a large number of photographs both personal and related to military life in World War I.

For more information on this collection, please view the collection finding aid or visit Wright State University Special Collections and Archives.


Browse the Fred F. Marshall Papers (MS-53) Collections:

Fred F. Marshall Correspondence

Fred F. Marshall Ephemera

Fred F. Marshall Newspapers

Fred F. Marshall Photographs