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In support of making our collections more accessible, we have digitized select portions of our holdings. As resources permit, we hope to continue adding more digital surrogates and born-digital records to our collections.
A collection of Ohio Northern University's student yearbooks. The 1910 yearbook, The Comet was the first student published yearbook for Ohio Northern University. Starting one year later, yearbooks began being published under the title Northern. Yearbooks were not published from 1943-1945, though the 1946 yearbook was intended to be inclusive for the 1943-1946 graduating classes. Similarly, the yearbook was not published in 2015 and 2016, though the 2018 yearbook was inclusive for the 2017 and 2018 graduating classes.
A collection of Ohio Northern University's course catalogs from 1871 to 1952. The university catalogs represent an important source of university history, and contain information academic programs and courses, university costs, rules and traditions, and faculty for each academic year.
Grace Ingledue was enrolled at ONU from 1917-1922 as a student in the Preparatory School and the School of Expression. Ingledue later received a Ph.D. from Louisiana State University and in addition to being a professor she worked as an entertainer and radio station manager for WFIN in Findlay, Ohio. Select portions of the Ingledue papers have been digitized for this collection, most notably her diary from her senior year at Northern.