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- Join us TONIGHT for Ghost Stories from the Archives!
- Join us October 25th: Maiden Flight Lecture, The Wright Romance
- New novel Maiden Flight celebrates the “Wright sister”
- Join us at Wright Brothers Day on Oct. 5th!
- Sarah Byrn Rickman to speak about WASPs on Oct 3
- New and Updated Collections Available for Research
- David McCullough in new video ‘applauds’ efforts to save Wright factory
- Sept. 12: Upcoming Talk on Pulitzer Air Races, American Aviation and Speed Supremacy, 1920-1925
- Archives receives PROPS Award from NAHA
- Save the Date: Wright Brothers Aero Carnival, Sept. 10, 2016
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Special Collections and Archives in the Wright State University Libraries holds one of the most complete collections of Wright Brothers material in the world. This collection documents the story of the invention of powered flight by two brothers from Dayton, … Continue reading
Most of us remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when we heard about the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. And not hearing about it was virtually impossible, as it seemed to be the topic in … Continue reading
As was reported earlier, Robert Patterson was severely wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville in early May 1863. It is unknown where he traveled for treatment, but by September 1863 he was at Camp Cleveland, Ohio. Camp Cleveland was Cleveland’s … Continue reading