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- A Visitor from Le Mans, France
- New Collections Available for Research, January 2023
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Tag Archives: Rhine McLin
McLin Family Photos
Last Fall, we received a donation from former Dayton mayor Rhine McLin of materials pertaining to her father, C. J. McLin, Jr. (some of which are currently on display in our reading room), as well as several large scrapbooks, which … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History, SC&A Tagged African Americans, Black History Month, C. J. McLin Jr., C. J. McLin Sr., local history, MS-640, new collections, Ohio history, Rhine McLin Comments Off on McLin Family Photos
Clarence Joseph McLin Jr. (known as C.J. McLin), was an American politician of the Ohio Democratic Party. He ran for state representative in 1966 following the race riots in Dayton and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. He won the … Continue reading
Posted in DDN and Dayton Tagged Black History Month, C.J. McLin, Rhine McLin 1 Comment