Join us for Archives Fridays: “Gem City Rocks: The Dayton Music History Project” on Mar. 11

Please join us for this month’s “Archives Fridays” presentation:

Gem City Rocks: The Dayton Music History Project
Friday, March 11
12-1 p.m.
Dunbar Library 315

The Dayton Music History Project is a new initiative by Special Collections and Archives at the Wright State University Libraries to document Dayton’s vernacular and pop music history. Come hear about the project’s successes and about the music that put the Gem City on the “rock and roll” map.

Dayton Music History Project logo only

This free event is open to anyone – faculty, staff, students, and the public. No advance registration is necessary. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch.

This presentation is part of our “Archives Fridays” brown bag lunch series, which continues throughout the academic year. All sessions will be on Fridays and will be discuss an archives-related topic, hence the name: “Archives Fridays.” Each brown bag talk will start with a presentation by one of our archivists, and there will be time for questions and discussion afterwards.

For additional dates and topics, please see our blog post announcing the series or the University Libraries’ Special Collections & Archives event calendar.

We hope to see you there!

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