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  • Thomas, Bob (1993-04-09)
    Hildegard Schnuttgen, Maag Library's head reference librarian, retires after 35 years of service at YSU. In addition to her invaluable work with faculty and students, Schnuttgen co-authored "A Bibliography of Chaucer, ...
  • Balestra, Katie (2001-04-03)
    Advances in library technology and 25 years in the building highlight Maag Library's celebration of National Library Week. The staff has scheduled events, contests, and drawings throughout the week.
  • Unknown author (The Jambar, 1992-01-07)
    Dr. Paul E. Beckman, Jr., a retired professor of psychology, donates $15,000 to YSU's Maag Library to establish an endowment for a book collection.
  • Unknown author (1976-01-13)
    The founding of the Northeast Ohio Major Academic Libraries network (NEOMAL) was announced. YSU's new William F. Maag Library was one of the original members involved with the establishment of the consortium.
  • Unknown author (2005-05-10)
    A spring photograph of the east side of Maag Library. Jones Hall is in the background.
  • Poe, Christina (2004-01-29)
    Maag Library is the test site for YSU's exploration of wireless technology. Network Services will evaluate both usage and effectiveness.
  • Mangan, D. Brian (1967-12-08)
    YSU installed an IBM 360 computer to keep track of student records, replacing a series of older machines.
  • Koch & Sterzel AG (1929)
    This X-ray machine/flouroscope was manufactured by Koch & Sterzel AG of Dresden, Germany in 1929. It consists of numerous parts including table, which could be turned up-right, stand, mahogany and cherry wood cabinet ...
  • Robinette, Paul (2009)
    The previous spills and releases of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) into the Shenango River caused the Westinghouse Site to become a superfund. With the superfund concluded, our goal was to compare the dredged areas of the ...
  • Unknown author (1988-01-29)
    The concert by the YSU Dana Madrigal Singers originally slated for Feb. 1 has been rescheduled for Feb. 21. Dr. Halim El-Dabh composed the original score for YSU's production of Aristophenes ancient Greek comedy, "The ...
  • Unknown author (1952-04-24)
    The American Historical Review, the leading periodical of the history profession in the United States, accepted an article by Dr. E. B. Smith of the Youngstown College history faculty. The article, entitled "Thomas Hart ...
  • Lucas, Kaitlyn (2013)
    Metal-Organic Frameworks, or MOFs, are crystalline materials consisting of metal ions or clusters coordinated to often rigid or flexible organic linkers to form two- or three-dimensional structures. MOFs can be porous, and ...
  • Shakya, Bijayandra (2011)
    The magneto-optical properties of one-dimensional photonic crystals which are comprised of co-extruded alternating polymer layers of polymethyl-methacrylate (PMMA) and polystyrene (PS) are studied in this thesis. These ...
  • Glass, Andrea Lynn.; Youngstown State University. Criminal Justice Dept. (2002)
  • Centofanti, Anthony S., 1929-; Stanton, Carrie A. (1983)
  • Unknown author (1988-01-27)
    The Mahoning Valley Brass Quintet will give a free public concert in Bliss Recital Hall Feb. 11. Dr. Rafael Frankel, internationally known Middle East archaeologist, will speak on "Biblical Archaeology Today" Feb. 16 as ...
  • Welsh, Dorothy M., 1896-; Earnhart, Hugh G. (1975)
  • Unknown author (1970)
    The Mahoning Valley Historical Society folder contains two publications. The first is the 84th Annual Meeting which contains information on the beginnings of Youngstown and information on Daniel Shehy (who bought land ...
  • Unknown author (2011-01-29)
    A photograph of the excavation for the main building by the Williamson Howard Construction Company. Wick Avenue is in the background. The photograph was originally taken for the Commercial Shearing and Stamping Company ...
  • Unknown author (2011-01-29)
    A photograph of the Main building taken from the corner of Lincoln and Wick Avenues.

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