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My name is Anna Helmig and I am a graduate student in the Wright State Public History Program. This past summer, I had the privilege of working Wright State’s Special Collections and Archives to process the Charles F. Horn Papers … Continue reading
By Anna Helmig, History graduate student (Public History concentration) We are pleased to announce that a new manuscript collection, MS-629: Charles F. Horn Papers, has been arranged and described and is now available for research! Charles F. Horn had a … Continue reading
By Jesse Damsteegt, Wright State University Public History graduate student and collection processor We are pleased to announce that the Friendship Force of Dayton Records (MS-645) is now open for research. The collection was created by the Friendship Force of … Continue reading