Posted July 12, 2016
I Found it in the Archives: Deadline Extended
Did you hear about our I Found it in the Archives! Contest last month? If not, hurry on over to our history blog right here to check it out!
Yesterday was the official deadline for entries. However if you did not enter, do not despair! After much deliberation, our judges have decided to keep the contest open until Monday, July 18th.
That’s right, the official contest deadline has been extended. We want a chance to hear more amazing stories of Ohio history from you!
Have you ever discovered a real treasure in the Ohio History Connection archives?
A group of girls reading at a table in Hoytville (Wood County), Ohio. Circa 1930s-1940s. State Archives Series 1039 AV.
Then get to work typing up your exciting 400 word essay!
Paul Laurence Dunbar Typerwriter, circa 1895, H 49797
Or filming your two minutes video!
Filming of “Gung Ho” in 1986 in Shadyside and Bellaire, Ohio. State Archives Series 6568 AV.
We want to hear your exciting stories of discovery in the Ohio History Connection archives. So get to work, and get those stories in by Monday July 18. We look forward to reading all about your archival adventures!