Invisible Ground: Augmented Reality, Storytelling and Immersive History
Invisible Ground is a podcast, telling the stories of the familiar places and people in southeast Ohio which might not be always visible, but are part of our daily life.
Depression-Era Recipes from an Inmate at the Ohio Penitentiary
Explore a unique cookbook that a prisoner at the Ohio Penitentiary created for the assistant warden's wife in 1931.
Peering Back In Time – 19th Century Microscope Slides of William Sullivant
An unassuming dark wooden cabinet on the shelves in the collections revealed beautiful 19th century microscope slides from William Sullivant.
Family Furniture Reimagined
Do you repurpose furniture? Learn how one Ohio family reimagined their furniture in the past and found ways to repurpose pieces.
Road Trippin’ with Truda: Fort Ancient
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 Fort Ancient in Oregonia. If you’ve lived in Ohio for very long, you’ve most likely seen the exit for Fort Ancient on I-71. I know I’ve passed it each time I’ve […]
New Acquisition of Kenyon Hayden Architecture Portfolio
By Lisa Wood, Audiovisual Curator The Ohio History Connection Archives & Library recently received the generous donation of a student portfolio by Kenyon Hayden. She studied architecture at The Ohio State University and became, if not the first, one of the earliest licensed female architects in Ohio. This portfolio complements the personal papers of Kenyon […]
Road Trippin’ with Truda: Campus Martius and the Ohio River 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 Campus Martius and the Ohio River Museum in Marietta. Campus Martius and the Ohio River Museum are both located in Marietta, which is in southeastern Ohio. If you've read The Pioneers by David […]
“President and Mrs. Harding Home for the Centennial”
Harding Presidential Sites Manager Sherry Hall describes Warren G. Harding's final visit to Marion, Ohio for the town's centennial on July 4-5, 1922.
30th Anniversary of the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor
The Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor (YHCIL) opened to the public in June of 1992 as a steadfast reminder of the area’s industrial heritage.
Harding, Cox, and Ohio on the Irish War of Independence.
By David McDevitt, Harding Project Archivist. In June and July of 1920, two Ohioans were nominated as the presidential candidates of America’s two leading political parties: James Cox, governor of Ohio, for the Democrats, and Warren G. Harding, senator from Ohio, by the Republicans. Across the Atlantic Ocean, Europe was still reshaping itself following the […]