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Kirk Mangus

Kirk Mangus

Kirk Mangus was an internationally recognized artist, who led the Ceramics Department at Kent State University for almost 30 years. Influencing multiple generations of students, he was a central figure in the revival of wood-firing in America. This catalog accompanies ...

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Side by Side

Side by Side

Quakers Alice and Staughton Lynd worked in Central America and Israel, where they championed the rights of Palestinian Arabs living in the West Bank. They took up the cause of prisoners’ rights following the April 1993 Lucasville, Ohio, prison uprising—the ...

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“We Fight for Peace”

We Fight for Peace

At midnight on January 24, 1954, the last step was taken in the armistice to end the war in Korea. That night, the neutral Indian guards who had overseen the prisoner of war repatriation process abandoned their posts, leaving their ...

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Native Fishes of Ohio

Native Fishes of Ohio

Ohio’s original heavily forested landscape included glacial lakes, large rivers, and streams that teemed with an abundant variety of fish, most of which remain resident today. Native Fishes of Ohio documents the more than 130 species originally found in the ...

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James A. Rhodes, Ohio Colossus

James A. Rhodes, Ohio Colossus

In his day he dominated the political landscape like no one in Ohio’s long, proud history ever had—or likely ever will. James A. Rhodes (1909–2001) plotted a path that took him from tiny Coalton, Ohio, to the governor’s office. In ...

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The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury

The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury spent decades refashioning many of his early pulp and mainstream magazine stories to form the intricate story-cycle tapestries of The Martian Chronicles and Dandelion Wine; other tales were revised or rewritten for such timeless collections as Dark Carnival, ...

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Wearable Prints, 1760–1860 is an encyclopedic survey of early printed fabrics, sumptuously illustrated with more than 1600 color photos. Essential for historians, students, costumers, quilters, designers, curators, and collectors.

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