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Join us from 6:30-9pm on Thursday, November 17th, for the 7th annual Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archive as we honor sports writer Hal McCoy in the Endeavor Room of the Wright State Student Union. The doors open at … Continue reading
We were so pleased to have Harry Haskell present a lecture last Tuesday about his new book, Maiden Flight, a fictionalized narrative of the love story between the Wright Brothers’ sister, Katharine Wright, and Harry’s grandfather Henry J. Haskell. Maiden Flight (Academy Chicago, … Continue reading
Graduate students in HST 7700 Local History Research will be sharing local history ghost stories this evening in Room 441, Fourth Floor, Dunbar Library, 5 PM – 7 PM, TONIGHT, Wednesday, October 26. Come and hear some tall tales, see … Continue reading