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- Winter Break Closure, December 22, 2018-January 1, 2019
- I Learned it in the Archives: Women’s Rights Activism Runs in Steinem Family
- Papers of Rudi Berndt, WPAFB Engineer via Operation Paperclip, Now Open for Research
- Thanksgiving Break Hours
- Milton Wright Diaries Now Digitized & Online
- Birthday Celebration for Milton Wright, November 16
- The War is Over: Armistice Day, November 11, 1918
- Missed It By One Day: Clair W. Welty, An American Soldier in WWI
- SC&A Closed Monday, November 12, for Veterans Day
Tag Archives: exhibits
New Collection Now on Exhibit: A Photographic Portfolio of Huffman Flying Field by Lloyd A. Greene, Jr.
We are pleased to share that a new collection received and processed earlier this year is now on exhibit in the lobby of Dunbar Library. The exhibit features original platinum palladium prints from the manuscript collection MS-631: A Photographic Portfolio … Continue reading
Only 1 week until election day! Not surprisingly, there have been a lot of fairly local visits recently by major candidates, as Ohio is typically an important “battleground” state. This has long been the case, and consequently, there are many … 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