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Monthly Archives: December 2014
New and Updated Collections Available for Research
We have new manuscript collections available for research! Click on the links to view the complete online (PDF) finding aids. The following new collections were recently arranged and described and are now available for research: Lewis D. Klein Architecture Collection (MS-470) Additional … Continue reading
Posted in Collections Tagged collections, MS-1, MS-101, MS-282, MS-309, MS-376, MS-406, MS-41, MS-470, MS-480, MS-97, new collections Comments Off on New and Updated Collections Available for Research
Ladley Civil War Letters Digitization Project Completed
We are excited to announce that the Ladley Civil War Letters digitization project is now complete, with all Civil War-era letters (159 items) from the Oscar D. Ladley Papers available online in CORE Scholar. Oscar D. Ladley was a career army officer … Continue reading
Posted in Civil War, Collections Tagged 75th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 75th OVI, Civil War, CORE Scholar, digital collections, MS-138, MS-236, MS-5, MS-92 Comments Off on Ladley Civil War Letters Digitization Project Completed
Will the ‘real’ First Flight Photo please stand up?
You’re probably already familiar with the following photograph… Arguably one of the most famous photographs in the world, the above photo is widely recognizable as “the” First Flight photograph. Its silhouette has even become the logo of Wright State University … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Wright Brothers Tagged first flight, Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright, Wright Brothers Comments Off on Will the ‘real’ First Flight Photo please stand up?