State Archives of Ohio

Ohio History Connection’s Archives/Library. located at the Ohio History Center in Columbus,  is, by law, the archives for the State of Ohio. As such, we collect, preserve, and make available to the public, documents pertaining to the operation of state and local governments. Learn more about recent projects, programs, and activities of the State Archives through this blog and by visiting the State Archives web page.


May 2013

June 2013

8 Responses to State Archives of Ohio

  1. Sidney Patterson says:

    I live in England and i am doing some family research into the life of Joseph Walter Burke who emigrated fron County Mayo Ireland, studied law at Ohio University and was a Major in the 10th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil war.
    His brother Bernard Hamilton Burke was a British Army officer who had a distinguished Army career and saw service during the Crimean war and later Newzealand war 1864-1866. Like his brother he rose to a high rank and i have quite a lot of research on him should it be of any interest for your records. I would be grateful for any info on Joseph and wonder what medals he may have received, and if any photos have survived of him.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Best wishes

  2. Nick Haupricht says:

    Im looking for the WW1 casualties of the Navy and Marines for Lucas County. If not County then I request the State Casuality list.

  3. Shelley says:

    State Archives web page LINKS are ALL broken. please let them know

  4. ann smith says:

    Searching for yearbook from scioto village high s hoop Powell, oh/1963-64

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