WSU. Wright State University
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Papers consist of business correspondence, brochures, and working papers pertaining to Colbert's involvement with the Dayton-Miami Valley Consortium and the Wright State University Engineering Department.
The Dr. Richard A. DeWall Papers contain material from Dr. DeWall’s lengthy career. Within the collection there are copies of publications, patent documentation, and presentation slides created by Dr. DeWall. The material mostly relates to Dr. DeWall’s invention of the bubble oxygenator. However, there are some materials from his efforts to create a medical school at Wright State University.
This is a letter to Fred White, Business Manager for the Miami-OSU Dayton Campus (forerunner of Wright State University), from Phil Donahue, thanking him for his appearance on Donahue's show on WHIO, dated March 24, 1964.
Cassette tape and two handwritten scores of the WSU Fight Song, "Stand Up and Cheer for the Raiders of WSU"
Collection includes a letter written by Jakes to the WSU English Department chair and a thank you note.
John Jakes is a writer of historical fiction, known for such works as the "North and South" Trilogy. Items included in the collection are a letter written by Jakes to the English Department Chair at Wright State and a thank you card from Mr. Jakes.
Correspondence to and from Joyce Carol Oates from WSU concerning potential visit.