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Tag Archives: MS-363
New and Updated Collections Available for Research, November-December 2017
We have new manuscript collections available for research! Click on the links to view the complete online (PDF) finding aids. Additional materials were recently processed into the following existing collections, so you might want to take another look at them: MS-242: Joyce … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, SC&A Tagged collections, LGR, MS-130, ms-151, MS-242, MS-280, MS-363, MS-64, new collections, news Comments Off on New and Updated Collections Available for Research, November-December 2017
Explore Dayton’s Grand Estates in 2 new exhibits
Just before winter break, we installed two new exhibits on the first floor of the Dunbar Library, both of which focus on some of Dayton’s most magnificent historic mansions. The cases on either side of the center stairwell feature “Grand Estates … Continue reading
Posted in Exhibits, SC&A Tagged exhibits, Hawthorn Hill, historic homes, MS-1, MS-146, MS-2, MS-216, MS-363, MS-458, news, Nina Herzog, outreach, Wright family Comments Off on Explore Dayton’s Grand Estates in 2 new exhibits
Students create Exhibit for Engineers Club of Dayton Centennial Celebration
Two of our Public History graduate students, Adam Becker and Jordan Countryman, recently completed creating and installing a large exhibit about the history of the Engineers Club of Dayton as part of the Club’s centennial celebration this year. When the … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History Tagged collections, exhibits, MS-1, MS-363, MS-420, MS-458, public history Comments Off on Students create Exhibit for Engineers Club of Dayton Centennial Celebration