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Wild Bill Davison papers

This digital collection features select items from the Wild Bill Davison papers (MS-0735), which document the life and career of Chicago-style jazz musician William Edward Davison, known affectionately as "Wild Bill." The Wild Bill Davison papers…


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Historical pamphlets collection

This digital collection features select items from the Historical pamphlets collection, which contains pamphlets, brochures, and other publications and printed ephemera documenting Northwest Ohio's history and communities.Select Browse Items above to…


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World War I in the Archives

World War I (1914-1918) was supposed to be the war to end all wars. The War impacted not only the millions of young men and women who served but also those at home affected by the loss of loved ones and to a certain extent a known way of life. The…


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Rare Book Bookplates

Bookplates have been used for centuries by collectors to identify materials in their collections. These decorative labels are often found glued onto endpapers or inside covers. Often the design of the bookplate can tell you much about the individual…



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Educational Memorabilia Center - Little Red School House collection

The Educational Memorabilia Center Collection, honoring Bowling Green State University’s beginnings as a state normal college or teacher training school, features an original one-room school house, the District # 6 school constructed near…


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College of Musical Arts Programs

College of Musical Arts Programs is a collection of digitized programs from performances held at or hosted by the College of Musical Arts. They include student and faculty ensemble concerts, recitals of undergraduate and graduate students enrolled…


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The Atomic Age Opens Collection

The collection consists primarily of two scrapbooks containing mail art postcards solicited by the Popular Culture Library in the spring and summer of 1995 for an exhibition that was part of the conference "The Atomic Age Opens: American Culture…