Throwback Thursday: Engines a hit … or a miss?

Throwback Thursday: Engines a hit … or a miss?

This photo taken in 1972 is of hit/miss engines. Location is currently unknown. Can you tell us more? Click here to access the original article posted on the Wilmington News Journal's website.   Follow-up to last week's image: Regarding last week’s photo of...

Throwback Thursday: A Day at the Diner

Throwback Thursday: A Day at the Diner

This photo is of the interior of a diner, but no other information is available. Could it possibly be the interior of the “Little Giant” located in Wilmington? To learn more about this image or previous throwback Thursday photos, please click here Reproduction...

Throwback Thursday: BBQ @ CCHS

Throwback Thursday: BBQ @ CCHS

A Chicken Barbecue was held on July 21, 1963 on the grounds of the Clinton County Historical Society. Can you tell us more? This image was originally posted on the Wilmington News Journal website and can be accessed at this link. Follow-up to this Throwback Thursday...

Now on Sale: Wilmington College’s 150th Anniversary Book

Now on Sale: Wilmington College’s 150th Anniversary Book

Now on sale at the Clinton County History Center, 149 E. Locust Street Wilmington OH. Cost is $49.99+tax We can ship any orders via mail for an additional fee. A 200-page, coffee table-style book published this summer offers the first comprehensive history of...

History Center director also new Wilmington College adjunct professor

History Center director also new Wilmington College adjunct professor

Originally published online in the Wilmington News Journal - August 3, 2021. The Clinton County History Center is pleased to share that Executive Director Shelby Boatman has been hired as Adjunct Professor of Public History at Wilmington College. While maintaining her...

A Home to Come Back To – 164 E. Locust St.

A Home to Come Back To – 164 E. Locust St.

Written by Jonathan Mckay. Published in the Wilmington News Journal online, July 27 2021. A home is what a person makes it. Some people collect furniture, some pictures, others lamps or knick knacks. No matter what you put in your home, it is always a place to come...

Quaker Heritage Scenic Byway Officially Approved by ODOT

Quaker Heritage Scenic Byway Officially Approved by ODOT

Quaker Heritage Scenic Byway winds through Quaker settlements in Waynesville, Wilmington Designation of 54-mile road helps promote unique travel experience. Published in the Dayton-Daily News on July 9, 2021. By Adrienne Oglesby, Staff Writer.  The Quaker Heritage...

The Quaker Scenic Byway

Shared from Wilmington College's page on the Quaker Scenic Byway: https://www.wilmington.edu/quaker-heritage-center/quaker-scenic-byway/ Clinton County is very much an epicenter of Quaker history and heritage in southwestern Ohio. It is the site of numerous Friends...