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Tag Archives: visitors
Fun with Wil and Orv
I was very excited to learn that two of my great nephews wanted to be Wilbur and Orville Wright for Halloween. They paid me a visit in Special Collections and Archives last week with their moms and siblings. Here are … Continue reading
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Archives hosts Wright relatives for special visit
Special Collections and Archives was honored to host Wright Family members Amanda Wright Lane, Stephen Wright, Duncan Jameson, and John Jameson for a special look at the Wright Brothers Collection on Friday, October 16. They spent time looking through photographs, … Continue reading
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Archives welcomed Experts from the Chinese Terracotta Warriors Museum
Earlier this month, two experts from the Museum of Terracotta Soldiers and Horses of Shi-Huang-Di near Xi’an, China, visited Wright State University. As part of their itinerary on August 13, Vice Curator Wang Mingsheng and Chief Chemist Rong Bo visited the Archives, … Continue reading