A rare glimpse of the historic moment through facsimiles and other artifacts from The Cornelius Ryan Collection.
Are you a tenure-track professor in need of resources that the Libraries do not own? Read about Dr. Robin Muhammad, former awardee, and her work with the Negro Labor Record Group.
Are there specialized resources you need that the Libraries do not own? Read about Dr. Robert Ingram, a former awardee, and his work with the Eighteenth Century Collection Online.
Immerse yourself in the 20 tables of OHIO’s artifacts by visiting the annual Archives Homecoming Display on Alden’s fourth floor.
The Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections hosted classes for “On the Green” weekend (Photo by Tyler Stabile/Ohio University Libraries)
The Libraries’ archivists prepare alumni weekend classes that bring the past to life
When World War II history enthusiast Seth Givens first became acquainted with OHIO Libraries’ Cornelius Ryan Collection as an undergraduate student, he felt awestruck. His excitement was understandable — he had just encountered about 21,000 primary sources that war correspondent-turned-author Cornelius Ryan had gathered while writing several books about World War II, including “The Longest […]
As you enter Alden Library on the 4th floor, follow Orlando’s love letters to Rosalind and you will find our Exhibit “All The World’s A Stage” with a look at Shakespeare’s world in 1599 England, when he penned “As You Like It.” In Shakespeare’s world under the 45-year reign of Queen Elizabeth I, we […]
Located on the fifth floor, “Ohio University Library 1814-2014: One Hundred Objects / Two Hundred Years” offers a sampling of the Libraries’ collections
Former Archives student employee Seth Givens conducted research in the Cornelius Ryan Collection