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Theater in Dayton

March 24, 2011

Winter in Dayton has never been a time to stay at home. The thriving theater venues in town are a great place to escape the winter blues and enjoy first-rate performing arts. Dayton is fortunate to have a strong tradition of support for the arts. For instance, many of the city’s suburbs and small...
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Guess Who?

January 24, 2011
Guess Who?

A fun addition of this blog is that every Monday we post a picture of a famous Daytonian that we find in the collection and you can guess who they are. The winner will be the first person to correctly identify the person in the photo, post your responses in the comment section below....
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DDN Collection Arrives at WSU

January 10, 2011
DDN Collection Arrives at WSU

The DDN Collection was stored in the basement of the Medical Sciences building when it arrived on WSU’s main campus. The filing cabinets and record storage boxes took up   seven rooms and any extra space we had around the office.  We placed the cabinets in separate rooms based on their contents; which include subject...
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Dayton Daily News Archive at Wright State University Libraries Special Collections & Archives

January 7, 2011
DDN Archive move to Wright State

EXTRA! EXTRA! WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES RECEIVE ARCHIVES OF DAYTON DAILY NEWS… WILL UNDERGO BASIC PROCESSING WITH A GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS AND RECORDS COMMISSION… The story of a city is drafted in the myriad experiences of its citizens; it is forged on the face of its architecture and geography. It is...
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