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- A Visit from the Base Commander, WPAFB
- Summer Hours 2023
- The 1903 Wright Flyer Replica Receives Cleaning!
- Grant Supports Conservation of First Edition Paul Laurence Dunbar Books
- New Collections Available for Research, March 2023
- A Visitor from Le Mans, France
- New Collections Available for Research, January 2023
- Local Civil Rights Program “Like It Is” Now Available to Researchers, Thanks to Grant
- Welcome, Alexis!
- New Collections Available for Research, October 2022
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Category Archives: Public History
Reflections on Processing the Charles Horn Papers
My name is Anna Helmig and I am a graduate student in the Wright State Public History Program. This past summer, I had the privilege of working Wright State’s Special Collections and Archives to process the Charles F. Horn Papers … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History, Public History, SC&A Tagged arrangement and description, interns, MS-629, new collections, news, processing, public history Comments Off on Reflections on Processing the Charles Horn Papers
Care and Preservation of our Architectural Heritage
Hello, my fellow history buffs! My name is Allie Edmonds and I am graduate student in the Wright State University Public History program. This semester I’ve had the pleasure of completing my capstone project with SC&A. Throughout my project, I’ve gained a … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Preservation, Public History, SC&A Tagged MS-153 1 Comment
Newspapers and the Public’s Perception
Emily Reth is a graduate student in the Wright State University Public History program completing her capstone project with SC&A. There are rumors the Women’s suffrage movement was quite large within Dayton’s borders. Looking at the Dayton Daily News during … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History, Public History Tagged Emily Reth, Student Capstone, women's history, women's suffrage Comments Off on Newspapers and the Public’s Perception