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Author Archives: Bill McIntire
Finding Family in the Archive
The following post was written by public history graduate student and Dayton Daily News Archive student worker Marcus Manchester, who stumbled upon some fascinating stories about a family member while working with the files of the DDN Archive: A few … Continue reading
Dayton’s American Indian History
Years ago, when I was 5, I remember going to the park in Newark Ohio. The park had a large embankment that my brother and I used to climb on, and after a few years as I became more observant … Continue reading
Posted in DDN and Dayton Tagged American Indians, Native American history, Native Americans 1 Comment
Society of the Friends of Lizzie Borden
The Dayton Daily News collection here at Wright State usually contains items that one would expect to find in a newspaper collection- old clippings, photographs used in articles, etc. However, every once in a while we come across something strange … Continue reading
Posted in DDN and Dayton Tagged Arnold Rosenfeld, D.L. Stewart, DDN, DL Stewart, Lizzie borden, murder 2 Comments