- Not sure what to do with those papers, photos and digital files?
- Spotlighting Communism & Hollywood in the papers of Sesame Street’s Mr. Hooper
- Transitioning to Her True Self: S.J. Moffat’s Story
- Commemorative Display about Matthew Shepard at the American Heritage Center
- Last Open Attack in the Wyoming Range Wars: Spring Creek Raid of 1909
Category Archives: Authors and literature
Shannon Moffat, born Samuel Johnston Moffat and known professionally as S. J. Moffat, transitioned in her 50s and had a long and storied career in her 82 years. She was born on August 23, 1927 in a small suburb of Pittsburgh. … Continue reading →
The AHC will host a talk and book signing by AHC Associate Archivist John Waggener on Friday, March 9, 2018, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Stock Growers room (room 219) at the American Heritage Center. A 77-mile … Continue reading →
African-American journalist and editor June Vanleer Williams is not necessarily well-known, but what a rich life she led. Williams was an actress, a casting director, a journalist, a playwright, a poet, and an active member in Karamu House, which is the … Continue reading →
Could successful screenwriter and socialite Mary O’Hara exchange her glitzy lifestyle for that of a Wyoming ranch wife? Her friends didn’t think so. But by 1930 Mary had hit her mid-forties and was fed up with her gilded life. She … Continue reading →
We’re so excited to host this event at the AHC and we hope you’ll join us!