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New Exhibit: Frank Sinatra’s Dayton Connection

If you liked our exhibit about Phil Donahue’s Dayton Connection, then you should definitely check out our new companion exhibit to it, linking Frank Sinatra to Dayton: Six Degrees (give or take) of Dayton Separation: Dayton & Sinatra. The exhibit, … Continue reading

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New Exhibit: Xenia Tornado

The F5 tornado that struck nearby Xenia, Ohio, on April 3, 1974, was without a doubt one of the worst natural disasters in Miami Valley history. This coming April 3 marks 40 years since that devastating day. In commemoration, we … Continue reading

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New Exhibit: Phil Donahue’s Dayton Connection

Who hasn’t heard of Phil Donahue? Did you know that Phil Donahue has a pretty significant connection to Dayton, Ohio? The Phil Donahue Show, which revolutionized daytime television with its unique format,¬†premiered on Dayton‚Äôs WLWD-TV in November 1967 and was … Continue reading

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