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Mr. Gray's Ledger: Mrs. A. Bozarth. Subject: Georgia Bozarth. Date: Sept. 5, 1914. According to the 1910 Federal Census, Georgia Bozarth, age 21, lived with her farmer husband in Ohio Township. They had a baby daughter named Helen. Mrs. Bozarth would have been about 25 when this photo was taken in 1914. The Bozarths do not appear in the 1920 Federal Census. Photo No. 3472. Location:St. John. Date:Sept. 5, 1914

The Ohio Alumnus, January 1957. "Beginning of a Memorial: OU's new chapel will bear the name of Helen Mauck Galbreath." On December 11, 1957, John W. Galbreath and his daughter Joan Phillips broke ground for what would be the Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel on College Green. The interdenominational chapel is named for John Galbreath's wife. :: Ohio University Archives

The Ohio Alumnus, January 1950. "John Galbreath Gives $50,000 to University." After donating the largest amount of money in University history at the time, Galbreath Chapel was completed in 1958 as a nondenominational space available for use by the university community. The chapel was a gift from John W. Galbreath, A.B. 1920, as a memorial to his wife Helen Mauck Galbreath, B.A. 1919. John Galbreath served as an OU trustee 1942-1967. :: Ohio University Archives

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5 things to do in Yellow Springs

5 Things You Must Do in Yellow Springs, Ohio | Visit Young's Jersey Dairy, get an ice cream cone and hang out with the cows. Explore downtown. Camp at John Bryan State Park. Hike at Glen Helen. Check out natural geological features at Clifton Gorge.