Historians Jeff Darbee and Nancy Recchie visit Chillicothe and the Mountain House, home of Dard Hunter, who was once the country’s foremost authority on the history and craft of papermaking. Photos courtesy of: Dard Hunter
Take a look at an Ohio History Connection collection of 19th-century needlework done by school-age girls. Photos courtesy of Ohio History Connection
Nearly 150 years ago, Erlenbusch Ice Cream Shop was a popular ice cream parlor on Livingston Ave. While the shop is long gone, some of its ice cream relics remain. We visit Ohio History Connection to see ice cream molds and more from Erlenbusch. Photos: Courtesy of Columbus Metropolitan Library
Architectural Historian Jeff Darbee visits the Slate Run Living Historical Farm in Canal Winchester to find out what farm life was like back in the mid-1800s. Photos courtesy of: Clintonville Historical Society, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio History Connection, OSU Archives
Chief Leatherlips is said to have cursed the Memorial Tournament with rain. But who was Chief Leatherlips, and how did speculation about this curse begin? Follow WOSU producer Brent Davis as he investigates this story.