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Tag Archives: WWI100
Item of Interest: Dayton-Wright Airplane Company Employee Badge
A researcher visited us today seeking information about an item in his private collection: a Dayton-Wright Airplane Company employee badge. We were not able to find any information about the badge. If you are able to share any insights into … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Collections, SC&A Tagged artifacts, aviation, aviation history, collections, CORE Scholar, digital collections, MS-152, outreach, SC-150, World War I, WWI, WWI100 Comments Off on Item of Interest: Dayton-Wright Airplane Company Employee Badge
The War is Over: Armistice Day, November 11, 1918
The “War to End All Wars,” which lasted over 4 years and cost almost 20 million lives, ended on November 11th, 1918, at 11 A.M. (6 A.M. here in Dayton). Headlines in the November 11 Dayton Daily News read “World’s Greatest War … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Dayton Daily News Tagged Alice Carr, Armistice, MS-135, MS-182, ms-342, WWI, WWI100 Comments Off on The War is Over: Armistice Day, November 11, 1918
The Lufbery Legacy Lives On!
Raoul Lufbery, WWI Flying Ace, made his mark on history and his story is preserved in Special Collections and Archives at Wright State University. We had the pleasure of hosting his great nephew, Raoul Lufbery III, and his wife, Lynn, … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Collections, SC&A Tagged aviation history, MS-502, Raoul Lufbery, WWI, WWI100 1 Comment