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Preservation of Warren G. Harding’s Archival Records Continues
COLUMBUS, OH – Ohio History Connection manuscript archivists at the Ohio History Center are making progress on an extensive project to make the Warren G. Harding collections stored at the museum more visible, accessible and usable for those interested in researching the 29th President of the United States. The work began in summer 2021 in […]
Kevin Boehner Joins Ohio History Connection as Director of Government Relations
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Kevin Boehner has been named the new Director of Government Relations for the Ohio History Connection. Boehner joined the organization, which functions as the state’s nonprofit history partner, on Dec. 5. “We are excited to have Kevin join the team at the Ohio History Connection,” said Executive Director and CEO Megan Wood. […]
Ohio Supreme Court upholds lower court decisions for Ohio History Connection to acquire Octagon Earthworks lease
We are pleased to announce the Ohio History Connection can proceed with its efforts to acquire the Octagon Earthworks lease from Moundbuilders Country Club in Newark and provide full public access to the site.
Search for Director of State Historic Preservation
The Ohio History Connection seeks an accomplished Director, State Historic Preservation to oversee the responsibilities and operations of the Ohio Historic Preservation Office (a division of the Ohio History Connection) and serve as the State Historic Preservation Officer. To learn more about the position and apply click below.
Burt Logan to Retire in Early 2023
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Burt Logan, executive director and CEO of the Ohio History Connection for the past 13 years, has announced that he will retire in early 2023. A leader in the field of public history, Logan joined the Ohio History Connection in December 2009. During his tenure, he has led efforts to strengthen relationships […]
Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks’ nomination to UNESCO World Heritage List will be considered next year