Photograph of Ohio reggae group Groovemaster
Photograph of Ohio reggae group Groovemaster performing live in 1991.
... But Some in the Industry Say Such Fears are Overblown
B&W, "The Luddites were right!" phrase with a row of 7 skulls in black and white above it
"'Coming Out' holds new meaning for transgender - Luncheon focuses on successful aging of transgender women"
Newspaper article about presentation on "Negotiating Genderland: Trans-Women and Successful Aging" by Jeanette Beal.
"'Insider' to provide insight into gender, Latino issues"
Newspaper article about luncheon speaker Angharad Valdivia.
"136th in action"
Troops from the 136th Field Artillery, 62nd Field Artillery Brigade, 37th Infantry Division, American Expeditionary Forces, engaged in battle during World War I.
"1918 Co. H in Black Belt in Alabama near Montgomery"
Ohio National Guard, 2nd Infantry Regiment, Company H at Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Alabama. Once formally drafted into federal service, Company H was reorganized as Company F of the 146th Infantry, 37th Infantry Division, American Expeditionary Forces.
"1st Washn Field Hospital Company (Camp Murray) Aug 1917"
Members of the 163rd Field Hospital, 116th Sanitary Train, 41st Infantry Division, American Expeditionary Forces, at Camp Murray, Washington. In the back row, third in from the right, is Fred Adams of Wood County, Ohio. Adams was the first man to enroll as a student at Bowling Green State…
"200 police line march route"
An article in the BG News discussing police presence at a candlelight march held in downtown Bowling Green, Ohio.
Phys. Description: 34 p. : ill. ; 28 cmNotes: Each issue has also a distinctive title; Published: Harry E. Wolff, - ; Includes a story entitled "Robbing a train" by Kit Clyde, advertising at end of issue (p. 28-29, 32), items of interest (p.31)