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Tag Archives: MS-138
New Exhibits highlight Original Artifacts & More
We have two new exhibits of original historic artifacts currently on display in our reading room and a fresh exhibit on the first floor of Dunbar Library! One new exhibit in our reading room highlights artifacts from the Jewish Federation of Greater … Continue reading
Posted in Exhibits, Outreach Tagged aviation, aviation history, exhibits, interns, Lauren Lyon, MS-1, MS-121, MS-135, MS-138, MS-434, MS-440, news, Nina Herzog, outreach, SC-107, Wright Brothers, Wright family Comments Off on New Exhibits highlight Original Artifacts & More
Lincoln Reviews the Troops & Mr. Ladley
In honor of Presidents’ Day, we’d like to share with you an account written by Civil War soldier Oscar D. Ladley, from Yellow Springs, about the review of troops by President Abraham Lincoln in early April 1863. Oscar served from … Continue reading
Posted in Civil War Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, CORE Scholar, digital collections, MS-138, presidents Comments Off on Lincoln Reviews the Troops & Mr. Ladley
Archives News – November/December 2014
Did you have a good holiday season? We did! Here are some highlights of what we were up to in November and December: In November, we installed two exhibits on the second floor of Dunbar Library. One exhibit focuses on … Continue reading