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Tag Archives: From The Vault

From the Vault: The Winton Car

Could the first motorized carriage to be seen on the streets of Columbus be in the Ohio History Connection collections?

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From the Vault: Community Collections for the Future

See how Ohio History Connection gathers contemporary artifacts to document historic events, including a sign advertising weddings that was created the day of the landmark 2015 Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality.

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The History of ‘Keep the Ball Rolling’

This famous saying not only has a fascinating political history — it has a Columbus connection! Local historian Ed Lentz explains. Photos: Courtesy of Library of Congress, Ohio History Connection

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From the Vault: Elijah Pierce’s Studio

There’s a story behind every carving made by celebrated Columbus folk artist Elijah Pierce. We visit Ohio History Connection to learn the story about the barbershop that served as his art studio and salon.

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From the Vault: The History of House of Harold Fashion

Follow along on a visit to Ohio History Connection and discover photos and drawings of dresses created by H. Harold Curmode, a 20th-century Columbus designer who staged fashion shows to advertise and sell his work. Photos: Courtesy of Ohio History Connection

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