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Microphones and Radios: How the Public Heard President Harding
As the first president to speak on the radio, Warren G. Harding introduced Americans to the idea of being able to hear their leaders.
Road Trippin’ with Truda: Armstrong Air & Space Museum
Join Truda Shinker, our membership manager, as she visit the sites in the Ohio History Connection network! This month's road trip took her to the Armstrong Air & Space Museum in Wapakoneta. Armstrong Air & Space Museum's location at the intersection of I-75 and US 33 makes it an easy trip for many Ohioans. If […]
Road Trippin’ with Truda: Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums
Join Truda Shinker, our membership manager, as she visits the sites in the Ohio History Connection network! This month's road trip took her to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums in Fremont. The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums is located in Fremont, about halfway between Toledo and Cleveland. Coming from Columbus, […]
Floral Designs in Appliqué Red and Green Quilts
Floral designs were once common in a style of quilt called Red and Green Appliqué Quilts. Learn more about these popular quilts.
Significant Grant Family Photographs in the Ohio History Connection Collections
Significant Grant family photographs in the collections of the Ohio History Connection illustrate the life of Civil War General and U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant.
Raising the Bar: The Columbus Pacesetters
Women have played football in Ohio for decades. In 1965, women’s football teams from Akron and Cleveland began playing games across the Midwest.
Ask a Curator: Natural History and Archaeology Object Identification Event
Join our curatorial team as we help our visitors to determine what it is they think they have in their own personal collection.