Ohio History Journal

Notes and Queries
Winter-Spring 2002
pp. 94-95
Copyright 2002 by the Ohio Historical Society. All rights reserved.
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The Ohio History 100-Year Index is now available in print. The index covers material published in the journal from 1887 through 2000. It is a two volume set, with Book I featuring the subject, author, and title index. Book II holds appendixes, including titles, authors, and reviewers for the journal's Book Reviews and Book Notes.

The Index set is $20, including shipping and handling, plus $1.15 sales tax (unless you are ordering for a public library or other tax-exempt institution). Please make your check or money order payable to the Ohio Historical Society and send it with your request to: Ohio History, Ohio Historical Center, 1982 Velma Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43211. We do accept purchase orders from libraries and institutions.

The index is also available free of charge via the Internet at the Ohio History online archive: www.ohiohistory.org/publications/ohiohistory.

The Ohio Academy of History Fall 2002 meeting will be held October 4 at Youngstown State University. For more information, please contact Professor Thomas T. Taylor of Wittenberg University by phone at (937) 327-7849 or by e-mail at ttaylor@wittenberg.edu.

The Cincinnati History Advisory Board of Cincinnati Museum Center presents James T. Patterson, Brown University, as the Fifth Annual Distinguished Historian on Thursday, May 9, 2002. Dr. Patterson will discuss "Brown v. Board of Education: Its Legacies After Nearly Fifty Years." The lecture will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Reakirt Auditorium, Cincinnati Museum Center, 1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati. It is free and open to the public. There will be a reception and dinner prior to the public lecture. Anyone interested in receiving details on the cost and/or making reservations can call (513) 287-7080.

Case Western Reserve University Professor Michael Altschul is retiring and ascending to emeritus status as of June 30, 2002, after 35 years of teaching for the university.

Published by the Ohio Historical Society since 1887, Ohio History hopes to serve as a clearinghouse for information about Ohio historians, departments of history, professional meetings, research activities, historical societies, museums, and libraries. Such an undertaking depends, however, upon the cooperation of the many individuals and institutions we endeavor to serve. If you or your organization are interested in placing an announcement in the new online Ohio History, please write to: Ohio History, Ohio Historical Society, 1982 Velma Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211-2497. E-mail to ohiohistory@ohiohistory.org. Fax (614) 267-2367.