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Daily Archives: May 1, 2012
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum is one of the oldest “garden” cemeteries in the United States. Woodland was founded in 1841 by John Van Cleve, the first male child born in Dayton. The cemetery began with 40 acres southeast of Dayton … Continue reading
Posted in DDN and Dayton Tagged Woodland Cemetery, Wright Brothers 3 Comments
Tuesdays with Bob
Hearts in the Archives are sad today. We received news that over the weekend one of our volunteers, in fact our longest-serving volunteer, passed away this past Saturday. Bob Semler, pictured on the left of the table, was 88 years … Continue reading
Posted in SC&A Tagged Dawne Dewey, in memoriam, SC&A, volunteers Comments Off on Tuesdays with Bob