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Women of Britain: come into the factories
Ask at any employment exchange for advice and full details.; Printed for H.M. Stationery Office by Lowe & Brydone Printers, LTD. London, N.W. 10. 51-2171 Source: Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton CountyView on DPLA
Circulation desk of the Carnegie Library
The crowded lobby and circulation desk of the Carnegie Library. Photograph taken during a campaign to build a larger public library to replace the Carnegie Free Library in Alliance. From label on front of photograph: Card catalog on left. Main adult desk on right. Space for one person to serve the public when at times four are needed. Notice how card catalog use interferes with patrons checking out books. Source: Rodman Public LibraryView on DPLA
African American man and woman portrait
Portrait of an African American man and woman in formal dress. This photograph was taken by traveling photographer Albert J. Ewing, ca. 1896-1912. Like most of Ewing’s work, it was likely taken in southeastern Ohio or central West Virginia. Source: Ohio History ConnectionView on DPLA
Suffragists and children marching in the National American Woman Suffrage Association Suffrage Procession in Washington, D.C.
The National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) organized the parade to coincide with the inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson, scheduled for March 3, 1913, the day before. Organized by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns of the NAWSA. An estimated eight thousand women participated in the parade including 500 from Ohio. For the NAWSA Congressional Committee the trip also included a meeting with President Wilson a few days after the parade. Source: Dayton Metro LibraryView on DPLA
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Thanks to the work of the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, MidPointe Public Library, Kent State University, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, and Dayton Metro Library, we’ve doubled our number of items in the Digital Public Library of America in just one harvest! If you didn’t already know, digital items from libraries […]Read More
ODN Item of the Week: Serpent Mound
Ohio’s Serpent Mound is the largest prehistoric effigy in the world, and a National Historic Landmark. First recorded and surveyed in the mid-19th century by settlers of European descent, it has not always been clear how old the Mound is and who created it. With several mounds from the Adena Culture nearby, it was a […]Read More