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Monthly Archives: August 2017
WSU’s 50th Anniversary: Hamilton Hall- Why Hamilton?
As we approach the 50th anniversary of Wright State, Special Collections & Archives has been receiving a lot of questions about various aspects of campus history, which has provided us the opportunity to dig in to the University Archives to … Continue reading
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Celebrating Wright State’s 50th: WSU’s Founding Faculty, Part 2
In this 2nd installment of the university history series on the founding faculty of WSU, we are spotlighting Dr. Alphonso Smith, Professor Emeritus of the College of Science and Mathematics. Al came to the Dayton Campus in 1964 to help … Continue reading
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Tony Hall, former United States Ambassador to the United Nations and Congressman, visits Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives was honored to have Tony Hall, former Ambassador and Congressman, visit the archives last week to do research in his papers. Accompanying Hall was his former advisor and chief of staff, Rick Carne. Hall donated his … Continue reading
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