Ohio History Connection discovers documents that link famed Columbus architect Frank Packard with President Warren G. Harding. Photos courtesy of Ohio History Connection
WOSU’s Brent Davis visits the Ohio History Connection to examine an obsidian knife that originated in the American Southwest and was discovered in mounds of the ancient Ohio Hopewell people.
Discover the story of Velma West, one of the most notorious murderers in Ohio, and her days on the lam. We visit the Ohio History Connection archives to learn more.
Take a look at an Ohio History Connection collection of 19th-century needlework done by school-age girls. Photos courtesy of Ohio History Connection
In 1923, Beulah Park opened as Ohio’s first thoroughbred racetrack. Travel through time via memorabilia of the track. And learn how its owners – the Robert Deinst Family – brought gambling entertainment to Grove City, while creating a high standard for equine care and management. Photos courtesy of: Janet Shailer, Grandview Heights Public Library, BJ […]