Scan Days, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 2015-2016

Beatles 50th Anniversary event with Art Schreiber, news director at Cleveland’s KYW-AM/FM radio and one of five journalists who traveled with the Beatles on their first US/Canadian tour, in conjunction with American Archives Month, Rock Hall, 2014

American Archives Month activities, including 4 spotlight exhibits, “Ask-An-Archivist” Tweet week, extended research hours, and blog posts, Rock Hall, 2013

National Library Card Sign-Up Month, including weekly and grand prize raffles, and special give-aways for each new researcher card, Rock Hall, 2013


“Jimmy Baynes Photography Collection Spotlight” panel for Black History Month, Rock Hall, 2013

“The Peoples of Ohio: Musicians and Music from Polonaise to Polka and Punk” for American Archives Month, 2012

“Unmasking the ‘Deadpan’: The Search for the ‘Real’ Joe Louis” – Dr. Marcy Sacks, Associate Professor of History, Albion College, Marilyn Crandell Schleg Memorial Lecture, 2008

“‘Into the Fire’: September 11, Popular Music, and Public Memory” – Dr. Richard Aquila, Director, Behrend College, Pennsylvania State University, Schleg Lecture, Albion College, 2007

The Stolen Child – Keith Donohue, Author and Communications Director/Editor, National Historical Publications and Records Commission, Schleg Lecture, Albion College, 2006

“Searching for Senator Vandenberg”– Hank Meijer, Co-CEO, Meijer, Inc., Schleg Lecture, Albion College, 2005

The Island of Lost Maps: A True Story of Cartographic Crime – Miles Harvey, Author, Schleg Lecture, Albion College, 2004

“The Outrageous Hypothesis of Dr. J Harlen Bretz: A Perspective on the Life of a Renowned Geologist & Teacher” – Dr. Lawrence J. Taylor, Professor Emeritus, Geology Department, Albion College, Schleg Lecture, 2003

“Challenges Faced by Female Faculty at Albion College” in conjunction with Anna Howard Shaw Month, Fireside Chat Oral History series, Albion College, 2003

“Confessions of a Stack Rat: Archives I Have Known & Loved” – Dr. James Wyatt Cook, Professor Emeritus, English Department, Albion College, Schleg Lecture, 2002

“History of the Athletic Department, including the Beginnings of Women’s Sports at Albion;” “Home Sweet Albion: Alumni Who Still Live in Albion Today;” “History of the Mathematics & Sciences at Albion;” and “Stories and Memories of Bayview Summer College” for National Archives Week, Fireside Chat Oral History series, Albion College, 2002

“Through a Woman’s Voice” – Candace Anderson Corrigan, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, and Historical Performer, Schleg Lecture, Albion College, 2001

“History of the Pleiad” lecture; “Moments in Albion College History” film series for National Archives Week, Lecture and Film series, Albion College, 2001

“Adventures in Bookdom: FAQs and Fiction” – David Szewczyk and Cynthia Davis Buffington, Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., Schleg Lecture, Albion College, 2000

National Archives Week activities including exhibits and programming, Special Collections pencils, t-shirts, and baseball caps were given away to visitors, and behind-the-scenes tours, Albion College, 2000