In 1937, Mrs. C.J. Penfield of Columbus wrote to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt with some complaints. Roosevelt wrote back, and now her letter is in our collections.
With the centennial of Harding’s election at hand, this is the time to reconsider Harding and to see his life and his administration in a clearer, fairer and more balanced light.
It's hard to believe that this milestone of American history isn't more well known. The story of Juneteenth is an essential part of the history of the Civil War.
The history of the civil rights movement in Ohio and our nation make it clear that current civil rights struggles are related to a legacy of slavery, racism, and white supremacy.