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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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Tag Archives: Nina Herzog
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
Raoul Lufbery and the Escadrille Lafayette
In early 1916, although the United States had not yet entered World War I, there were a number of Americans eager to support the Allies however they could. One response to that eagerness was the establishment of the Escadrille Americaine … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Collections, SC&A Tagged aviation, aviation history, MS-502, Nina Herzog, World War I, WWI, WWI100 Comments Off on Raoul Lufbery and the Escadrille Lafayette
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