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Category Archives: Archival Collection
With Spring Comes Track and Field
Any track and field athletes out there? Remember the huge invitationals, relays, and district meets at Welcome Stadium? For those of us with the “track bug” we look forward to, and often count the days until, spring arrives and the … Continue reading
Posted in Archival Collection, DDN and Dayton, Found It in the Archives Tagged Dayton Daily News, photographs, Track and Field Comments Off on With Spring Comes Track and Field
DDN Archives Materials Requested for “Carol” Film
Wright State University President David Hopkins recently shared some interesting Wright State connections to the Academy Award-nominated film Carol (2015), starring Cate Blanchett. Among these connections are that the film’s production manager, Karri O’Reilly, is a 1994 WSU grad. Another 20 … Continue reading
Posted in Archival Collection, DDN and Dayton Tagged Dayton Daily News, entertainment, films, movies, news, outreach 1 Comment
LBJ Reads DDN!
Here is proof that President Johnson, who was famous for reading newspapers from across the country every morning, read our very own Dayton Daily News. Now knowing what we know about LBJ’s proclivities let’s not conjecture as to where he … Continue reading
Posted in Archival Collection, DDN and Dayton Tagged presidents, US Presidents Comments Off on LBJ Reads DDN!