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About Centennial Memories

Centennial Memories is a collection of past and present stories, images, and other digital artifacts donated by students, faculty, and staff of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. The University Libraries' Library Information Technology Services unit and the Center for Archival Collections conceived of this project to help commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of Bowling Green State University in 2010. Please see the Credits section at the bottom of the page for information about the faculty and staff involved with the creation of this collection.

If you are the rights holder to any of the content and did not give your permission, if you have concerns about the accuracy of any of the descriptions, or if you have a complaint about any comments, please email us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please give as much detail in your email as you can about which item, specifics of your concern, etc.


These are just some of the faces behind the Centennial Memories project. From left to right: Gwen Evans, Coordinator, Library Information and Emerging Technologies; Rudy Ramos, Library Information Technology staff; Brandon Scott and Daniel Horn, student web developers in the University Libraries. Not pictured: Eric Gang, student web developer from campus Marketing and Communications.

Kurt Bechstein, server admin from campus Information Technology Services.

Dana Nemeth, from the Center for Archival Collections, University Libraries. Not pictured: Enoch Wu, VCTE intern for Digital Initiatives, who did much of the uploading and metadata for Centennial Memories archival content.