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May Day, May Day!

May 1 — May Day — might have more observances attached to it than any other date on the calendar. There is …

Coming Home

Occasionally, institutions like the ones who bring you Ohio Memory will find items in their collections that just don’t quite fit. They’re …

Dots and Dashes

On June 27, 1847, New York and Boston were linked by telegraph wires, making relatively speedy communication possible over long distances via …

On the Road Again

Summer has arrived and school is out. It’s time for summer vacation! Today traveling is easy to do: just grab a map …

Making History Today

Ohio Memory participants are in the business of preserving history. Our users come to us to find historic images, documents, and publications, …

Happy New Year!

  In 1848, three Chinese immigrants — two men and one woman — made San Francisco their home, starting what would soon …