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four_Kent_forty_thousand_Vietnam_1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

Four_more_have_died_1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

Cambodia_Kent_what_next_1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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This rough log structure, also known as “Rebel Hall,” and “Slab Hall,” was built by the early Oberlin settlers in 1835, to accommodate the students who came to Oberlin from Lane Seminary, Cincinnati. It was a one story building, 144 by 24…

107_17_Matted_AT.jpg
This miniature drawing was done in ink with brushes by Charles H. Churchill, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Oberlin College from 1856-1897. "Finney's Tent" illustrates Professor Charles Grandison Finney's large tent used for…

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Give_peace_a_chance_1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

How_many_more_must_die_1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

Kent_no_Cambodia_1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

OAM August 1970.pdf
Article by Stewart I. Edelstein, "Oberlin's Reaction to Kent and Cambodia," in the Oberlin Alumni Magazine, August 1970.

Dissent_not_crime_ca1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…
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