Monthly Archives: March 2016

Missing Wright Brothers Patent Found, Ahead of 110th Anniversary

Press Release via NARA Archives.gov March 24, 2016 National Archives Honors Wright Brothers with Upcoming Special Display Display celebrates 110th anniversary of awarding of the patent for a Flying-Machine Washington, DC.– The National Archives Museum celebrates the 110th anniversary of … Continue reading

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March Madness: A Brief History of Hoops at WSU

In honor of March Madness and the basketball frenzy that has washed over the University Library like a monsoon, (I may be exaggerating), we thought we would pay tribute to our own Wright State Raiders and their basketball accomplishments over … Continue reading

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How might you conduct research in an archives?

By Mitchell Dorsten, archives student worker & Public History graduate student Today, I would like to discuss how a researcher (such as yourself) might use archives. Generally, there are many ways to go about the research process. Some people like … Continue reading

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