Ohio History Journal




Contributors to This Issue

WELLINGTON G. FORDYCE is instructor in history at Euclid

Central High School, Cleveland.


Alexander Hamilton McGuffey, graduate of University of Cin-

cinnati and Radcliffe College, is interested in the social history of

the Middle West, a writer of prose and verse.

JOHN I. KOLEHMAINEN, Ph. D. in history, Western Reserve

University, is at present educational director of the Cooperative

Trading Company, a producer-consumer cooperative, in Wauke-

gan, Ill., and is researching in Finnish immigrant history.

JOHN FRANCIS MCDERMOTT is in the English Department of

Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

HARRY R. STEVENS, M. A. in history, University of Cincin-

nati, 1937, is at present Taft Memorial Teaching Fellow in Eu-

ropean history at the University of Cincinnati.

M. M. QUAIFE is secretary and editor of the Burton Histor-

ical Collection, Detroit Public Library.


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the request should be made to the editor before the issue con-

taining the article is to be published.


For a number of years the Society has been publishing mono-

graphs on historical, archaeological and natural history subjects

as related to Ohio. Many of these are the only available sources

of reliable information on the subjects treated and consequently

are desirable additions to any library. In 1936 the Secretary is-

sued a revised list of the publications then available which will

be sent free to interested parties.

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chaeological and Historical Society, Ohio State Museum, Colum-

bus, Ohio.