- Author’s Talk at UW’s Coe Library – “Snow Chi Minh Trail” by AHC Archivist John Waggener
- 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
Category Archives: Comic book history
Comic book writer Stan Lee turns 95 today, and he’s still at work. Providing evidence to all his decades of work in the comic book industry, and its expansion to other entertainment media such as film and television, is the … Continue reading
One the most popular collections at the American Heritage Center is the papers of William Boyd, who played cowboy Hopalong Cassidy for many years on radio, television, and film. Hopalong Cassidy was originally created by author Clarence E. Mulford in … Continue reading