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Ohio Memory Madness 2014: And the Winner Is…

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: And the Winner Is…

  The Ohio Memory Madness 2014 championship has come to an end, and this year’s winner was… the Julia Chatfield sculpture, belonging to the Ursulines of Brown County! Competition this… Read more »

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: Xenia Lives!

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: Xenia Lives!

We’re now into the Final Four round of this year’s Ohio Memory Madness competition, and it’s getting down to the wire! While this week’s featured item was actually knocked out… Read more »

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: Ouida Okey, the “Girl Marine”

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: Ouida Okey, the “Girl Marine”

  We’re now into the Sweet Sixteen round of Ohio Memory Madness 2014, and it’s time to take a closer look at another one of the historical objects that is… Read more »

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: “Uncle Dan” and his Violin

Ohio Memory Madness 2014: “Uncle Dan” and his Violin

  Now that Ohio Memory Madness 2014 is well underway, we wanted to take a closer look at a few of the objects competing to be this year’s champion. One… Read more »

Ohio Memory Madness 2014!

Ohio Memory Madness 2014!

We’re back for another year! Starting next Tuesday, March 18th, Ohio Memory will be hosting our second annual “Ohio Memory Madness” event. Last year’s inaugural competition, modeled after college basketball’s… Read more »

Books of Interest and Consolation to Spinsters

Books of Interest and Consolation to Spinsters

In 1904, Miss L.E. Stearns compiled a small pamphlet, “Books of Interest and Consolation to Spinsters.”  In it, she listed dozens of titles of… well, interest and consolation to spinsters,… Read more »

“The Grand Old Man of American Photography”

“The Grand Old Man of American Photography”

The name Mathew Brady is a familiar one to historical photography buffs, and his contributions to our understanding of the visual past (with the help of an army of assistants)… Read more »

Rights for All

Rights for All

  49 years ago today, on February 21, 1965, Malcolm X was shot and killed by members of the Nation of Islam after breaking with the group and renouncing his… Read more »

How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

It’s mid-February, and after the winter we’ve had this year, many (most? all?) of us are eagerly looking forward to spring’s warmer temperatures and opportunities to spend some time outdoors…. Read more »

“The Most Discussed Animal in Fur”

“The Most Discussed Animal in Fur”

  This past Sunday was February 2nd–Groundhog Day–and once again, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, calling for six more weeks of winter. And after the snowstorm that hit much of… Read more »

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