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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Founders’ Spotlight: Robert S. Oelman
Together with Stanley Allyn, and as his successor as CEO of NCR, Robert S. Oelman provided the leadership and vision for the development of Wright State University. Of all the early founders of the university, Robert was the one who … Continue reading
1st OVI on the Move
On June 24, 1863, the Army of the Cumberland, including the 1st OVI and William Patterson, began moving toward Tullahoma, Tennessee. On the first day, the Confederate Army was encountered at Liberty Gap, Tennessee, 12 miles from Murfreesboro. The 1st … Continue reading
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Additional Renovation Closings in June
As we announced last week, the Archives reading room is undergoing some changes this summer, including the installation of new mobile shelving and new carpeting. Originally, we planned to close for these renovations from July 5 through the end of … Continue reading
Posted in SC&A Tagged closings, facilities, hours, news Comments Off on Additional Renovation Closings in June