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Betty Gold, 1930–2014

Jul 24th, 2014 | Filed as: News

Author and Holocaust survivor BETTY GOLD (nee Potash), age 83, passed away peacefully on July 23, 2014.  Mother of the late Michael (Barbara) Gold and the late Allan (Karen) Gold, she is survived by her son Sheldon Gold, grandchildren Benjamin (Christina) Gold of Columbus, David, Evan, and…

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Cleveland Goes Modern wins 2014 Society of Architectural Historians Western Reserve Award

Jul 16th, 2014 | Filed as: News

For much of their respective careers, James and Nina Freedlander Gibans have recognized the need to document and preserve Cleveland’s underappreciated yet rich architectural heritage. Recently, that passion, after detailed, painstaking work, has reached fruition in two distinct media.
This year, Kent State University Press has published their Cleveland…

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H. Wayne Morgan, 1934–2014

Jul 15th, 2014 | Filed as: News

H. WAYNE MORGAN 1934-2014
H. Wayne Morgan, noted historian, author and longtime University of Oklahoma educator and administrator, died Wednesday, January 29, 2014, at his home in Norman following an extended illness. He was 79. The late Professor Morgan is the author of William McKinley and…

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Review of Cleveland Goes Modern at Cleveland.com

Jun 25th, 2014 | Filed as: News

SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio – For much of their respective careers, James and Nina Freedlander Gibans have recognized the need to document and preserve Cleveland’s underappreciated yet rich architectural heritage. Recently, that passion, after detailed, painstaking work, has reached fruition in two distinct media.
This year, Kent State…

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Ohio History is going semiannual!

Jun 3rd, 2014 | Filed as: News

Beginning in 2016, Ohio History will be available twice a year, in spring and fall. Articles will be published in half the time, and the journal’s rich offerings will be served up in a double portion.
For more than 100 years Ohio History, a peer-reviewed journal,…

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Nameless Indignities and Ida McKinley win bronze IPPYs

May 19th, 2014 | Filed as: News

2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards Results
Recognizing Excellence in Independent Publishing – 18th Annual
Two Kent State University Press books have won 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards: 
Bronze medal in True Crime: Nameless Indignities: Unraveling the Mystery of One of Illinois’s Most Infamous Crimes, by Susan Elmore
Broze medal in…

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John Dolibois dead at age 95

May 13th, 2014 | Filed as: News
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John E. Dolibois, author of Pattern of Circles, former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg, and last American survivor of a team that interrogated top-ranking Nazis for the Nuremberg Trials, died Friday, May 2, at his home in Cincinnati. He was 95.
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