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The Ohio State University Football Vault

Author: Jack Park
Publisher: Whitman Pub Llc
ISBN: 9780794824235
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Ohio State Football Radio Network commentator and football speaker Jack Park takes you on a memorable journey through more than 100 years of Buckeye football. The detailed scrapbook narrative contains never before-published vintage photographs, artwork and memorabilia drawn from OSU s extensive campus archives. Tucked into dozens of sleeves and pockets, fans will find reproductions of old game programs, historic tickets, bumper stickers and more. These fascinating replicas include a formation diagram for the band s famous Script Ohio, a letter from President Gerald Ford to Woody Hayes and those classic Buckeye helmet stickers. No Ohio State fan should be without this home archive of OSU s long and illustrious history.

The Ohio State University In The Sixties

Author: William J. Shkurti
Publisher: Trillium
ISBN: 9780814213070
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At 5:30 p.m. on May 6, 1970, an embattled Ohio State University President Novice G. Fawcett took the unprecedented step of closing down the university. Despite the presence of more than 1,500 armed highway patrol officers, Ohio National Guardsmen, deputy sheriffs, and Columbus city police, university and state officials feared they could not maintain order in the face of growing student protests. Students, faculty, and staff were ordered to leave; administrative offices, classrooms, and laboratories were closed. The campus was sealed off. Never in the first one hundred years of the university's existence had such a drastic step been necessary. Just a year earlier the campus seemed immune to such disruptions. President Nixon considered it safe enough to plan an address at commencement. Yet a year later the campus erupted into a spasm of violent protest exceeding even that of traditional hot spots like Berkeley and Wisconsin. How could conditions have changed so dramatically in just a few short months? Using contemporary news stories, long overlooked archival materials, and first-person interviews, The Ohio State University in the Sixties explores how these tensions built up over years, why they converged when they did and how they forever changed the university.

Builders Of Ohio

Author: Warren R. Van Tine
Publisher: Ohio State University Press
ISBN: 9780814209516
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Van Tine and Pierces "Builders of Ohio is composed of twenty-four essays that use biography to explore Ohio's history. Collectively, they provide a historical overview of the state's development from George Croghan's search for fame and fortune on the seventeenth-century frontier through Dave Thomas's more recent creation of a fast-food empire. Each chapter also addresses important events and transformations in the state's history such as: European settlement; Native American resistance; the creation of territorial and state governments; the development of the state's educational and economic institutions; the disruption created by the Civil War; the struggle of African Americans and women to participate in Ohio's public life; efforts to ameliorate the pernicious effects of industrialization; the negotiation of the state's role in a nation increasingly dominated by the federal government; or the ramifications of de-industrialization and rise of a service economy.

The Ohio State University Cookbook

Author: Jen Elsner
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423634586
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Celebrate the 7-time National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes! Have your own Buckeye fans celebrating in the stands with your pre-game tailgate party foods and treats. The Ohio State University Cookbook recipes will start 'em off with Buckeye Nation Pigs in a Blanket, Buck Chops, and Gold Pants Potato Packets, then warm 'em up with mugs of Scarlet and Gray Hot Cocoa, and finally sweeten the deal with a helping of Red Zone Velvet Shortbread Cookies. These recipes are game winners! Jen Elsner has a passion for cooking and hosting game-day parties. She has a Master's Degree in Professional Writing from the University of Oklahoma and is the author of The University of Oklahoma Cookbook. She lives in Norman, Oklahoma. Julie Metzler is a graduate from The Ohio State University and is a huge Buckeye fan. Julie lives in Sidney, Ohio, with her husband and two daughters.

Columbus And The Ohio State University Then Now

Author: Kathy Mast Kane
Publisher: Portable Press
ISBN: 9781607100102
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This friendly state capital on the banks of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers takes pride in its heritage and offers plenty of historic landmarks and beautifully preserved buildings to admire. Take a virtual tour of this lovely city and its history in Columbus and The Ohio State University Then and Now. Discover Columbus in all of its past and present glory via contemporary photographs paired with archival images of the same locations. Columbus is home to Ohio State, the second-largest university in the United States, and has a lively tourist trade. Mingle with the crowd at the 1955 unveiling of the Columbus statue at City Hall. This is still a favorite stop for locals and tourists who want their picture taken with the city’s namesake. Stop by the elegant Statehouse at the intersection of Broad and High. This marvel of Greek Revival architecture took more than 22 years and 7 architects to finally complete in 1861. See how the city has evolved around this landmark in photos from 1908 and today. During the 1970’s construction boom, many of the city’s old landmarks were razed. Compare an 1898 image of the lovely old Union Station (complete with a circus parade!) with