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Tag Archives: oral history
Another exciting month in Special Collections & Archives: We started the month off by saying congratulating (and saying good-bye to) all the graduating Public History students. Several of them worked here in the Archives—including Sarah, Victoria, and Karis (and Isra)—and … Continue reading
One hundred years ago, Dayton was the cradle of American invention. While walking downtown you were likely to meet the creative minds behind the first practical airplane, the automobile self-starter, automatic cash registers, and the pop top — inventions that … Continue reading