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- Did You Know John Glenn Visited Wright State University?
- 75 Years Ago Today: Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941
- Now Available for Research: Judith Ezekiel “Feminism in the Heartland” Research Collection (MS-507)
- Thanksgiving Break Hours
- Archives Closed Nov. 11 for Veterans’ Day
- Hal McCoy to speak at Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News on November 17
- McCullough’s “The Wright Brothers” chosen for Big Read
- New Exhibit: Presidential Visits to the Miami Valley
- Harry Haskell delights crowd with Maiden Flight lecture
- Join us TONIGHT for Ghost Stories from the Archives!
Tag Archives: volunteers
April is National Volunteer Month and we have a lot of volunteers we’re grateful for. Special Collections and Archives could not do what we do without the amazing volunteers who assist the staff on numerous important projects throughout the year. … Continue reading
Lauren Lyon 4th year, Undergraduate Student College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology major Tell us about the CoLA internship program: I actually had no idea the CoLA internship existed. One day, I got lucky and came across Liberal Arts courses in … Continue reading
Special Collections and Archives staff learned this morning that a dear friend and volunteer, Colonel Wayne Pittman, passed away on Thursday, October 1. Wayne and his wife, Karen, have been volunteering here in the archives for many years. Wayne was … Continue reading