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Tag Archives: MS-160
New and Updated Collections Available for Research, March 2019
We have new manuscript collections available for research! Click on the links to view the complete online (PDF) finding aids. The following new collections were recently arranged and described and are now available for research: MS-517: Dayton Alumnae Panhellenic Association (DAPA) Records, … Continue reading
What Were You Doing on the Day of the First Flight?
Today marks the 113th anniversary of the first flight in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The events of that historic day, December 17, 1903, are well recorded, including Orville Wright’s observations in his diary. Orville closed the entry with the mention … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Collections, Local History, Wright Brothers Tagged aviation, Bishop Milton Wright, collections, first flight, MS-1, MS-160, MS-235, Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright, Wright Brothers Comments Off on What Were You Doing on the Day of the First Flight?