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Daily Archives: April 22, 2015
The Stones Roll Through Dayton!
Just a few weeks ago, the Rolling Stones announced a North American Tour which will roll though Ohio with a stop in Columbus on May 30th. Sell-out crowds are expected as they always are at Stones’ concerts, as the band … Continue reading
Posted in DDN and Dayton Tagged entertainment, local history, Music, musicians, rolling stones 4 Comments
“…in attendance second only to that of C.L. Vallandingham”
On Tuesday, March 30, 1915, Bishop Milton Wright wrote these lines in his diary: …Edward W. Hanley was buried to-day. It is said to have been in attendance second only to that of C. L. Vallandingham. Hanley was a Catholic; … Continue reading
Posted in SC&A Tagged local history, Miami Conservancy District, MS-1, MS-128 Comments Off on “…in attendance second only to that of C.L. Vallandingham”