Two-year project digitizes World War I collections from the Ohio History Connection archives.
Nearly 11 feet tall, it was on top of the original sheriff’s office and jail in Norwalk.
Event will run from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Case Avenue museum.
Numerous paint chips, tears and other damages to the canvases reduced their visual appeal.
Firelands Historical Society hosts annual banquet.
“We are honored to honor you,” Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan tells Stewart, who turned 100 Thursday.
The 1934 Norwalk HS graduate was the first female reporter to cover the Cleveland Indians in 1948.
Family friendly events teach local history
Community gathering is Wednesday in New London.
It’s just in time for Norwalk’s bicentennial year celebration.