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Tag Archives: photographs
In addition to diaries, we are collecting photographs of the Pandemic for our Document Your Story: COVID-19 Project. Photographs capture events, places, people, and objects in the moment and provide vital historical information just like diaries, letters, and other documents. … Continue reading
One of the major collecting areas for Wright State University Libraries Special Collections & Archives is aviation history. As a result, we have acquired tens of thousands of amazing and unique aircraft photographs. A few years ago, we began a long-term … Continue reading
We are pleased to share that materials detailing the World War I service of Donald M. Wallace (from the Wallace Family Papers, MS-92) are now freely available online, anytime, through the Wright State University Campus Online Repository, at CORE Scholar: Wallace … Continue reading