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PACE, HARRY,
"Mamie Smith's Blues," by Don Bedwell, April•June 2008 (Volume 25/Number 2)

PACIFIC CAMPAIGNS (World War II),
"Buckeye Minuteman: Robert S. Beightler," by John K. Ohl, January•February 2003 (Volume 20/Number 2)

PACIFIC OCEAN,
"Captain Eddie's Return," by Michael Martin, November•December 2001 (Volume 18/Number 6)

PACIFISTS and PACIFISM,
"Treason in Canton! The Trial of Eugene Debs," by John E. Vacha, November•December 2001 (Volume 18/Number 6)

Page, Tim,
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

PAIGE, LEROY ("Satchel"),
"The Short, Sweet Indian Summer of Satchel Paige," by Steven P. Gietschier, April•May 1989 (Volume 6/Number 2)

PAIGE,
"SATCHEL." See PAIGE, LEROY

PAINESVILLE (Ohio),
"Making Tracks: Jack Casement's Triumph," by John H. White, Jr., March•April 2001 (Volume 18/Number 2)

PAINE, THOMAS,
"Thomas Paine's The Rights of Man (TIMELINE REVIEW)," by Philip S. Foner, December 1987•January 1988 (Volume 4/Number 6)

"Painter and a Gentleman: Ralph Fanning, A," by George W. Paulson, May•June 2000 (Volume 17/Number 3)

"Painter in Love, A (TIMELINE PROFILE)," by James M. Keny, March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3)

"Painter's Struggle: Sala Bosworth, A," by L.J. Kozlowski, November•December 1999 (Volume 16/Number 6)

PAINTING and PAINTERS. See ART and ARTISTS Painting Around Mount Zion, by Jim Dine (TIMELINE MASTERWORK), March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3)

PAIUTE INDIANS,
"George Crook: Soldier and Humanitarian," by John K. Ohl, July•September 2007 (Volume 24/Number 3)

"Pall of Egyptian Gloom: The Sinking of the Scioto, A," by Timothy R. Brookes, July•August 1998 (Volume 15/Number 4)

PALMER, ABRAHAM J.,
"Let Us Have Peace: Ulysses S. Grant's Final Appearance," by Russell Roberts, July•August 2004 (Volume 21/Number 4)

PALMER, TIM, The Wild and Scenic Rivers of America,
"Ohio's Scenic Rivers: Preservation and Perils (TIMELINE FORUM)," by Carolyn V. Platt, July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)

PALMER, WILLIAM R.,
"‘McKinley's Own’: An Ohio Band Plays the ‘Splendid Little War,’"by Priscilla M. Harding, October•November 1985 (Volume 2/Number 5)
"Souvenirs of a Dandy Good Time," by Priscilla M. Harding, July•August 1996 (Volume 13/Number 4)

Palmquist, Peter E.,
"Discovering Yosemite," May•June 1997 (Volume 14/Number 3)

PANDEMICS,
"Influenza: The Pandemic of 1918-19," by George W. Paulson, September•October 2003 (Volume 20/Number 5)
"Autumnal Fever and Daniel Drake," by Stephen Gehlbach, July•September 2007 (Volume 24/Number 3)

PANICS,
"My Money or Your Life!! The Canal Bank Failure of 1854," by John E. Vacha, March•April 2001 (Volume 18/Number 2)
"The Great Toledo Bank Panic," by Timothy Messer-Kruse, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)
"‘I Wish Mark Was Here’: The Political Partnership of Mark Hanna and William McKinley," by Roy Morris Jr., October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

PANORAMA,
"The Cincinnati Panorama (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by M’Lissa Kesterman and Keith Kuhn, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)
"Always Very Daring and Reckless: Private William J. Knight and the Andrews Raid," by Jim Leeke, November•December 2003 (Volume 20/Number 6)

PARALLEL-O-GREY GLASS,
"Toledo's Perfect Glass Gox," by Stuart W. Leslie, April•June 2008 (Volume 25/Number 2)

PARDEE, JIM,
"Mystery Man from Massillon: Herbert Dow," by Ellis N. Brandt, July•August 2003 (Volume 20/Number 4)

PARIS (France),
"The Kindness of Strangers: An Ohioan Escapes the Nazis," by Jerri Donohue, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

PARKER, JOHN P.,
"John P. Parker and the Underground Railroad," by Merton L. Dillon, January•March 2005 (Volume 22/Number 1)
"Crossing the Ice: The Story of Ohio's Most Famous Fugitive Slave," by Fergus M. Bordewich, January•March 2008 (Volume 25/Number 1)

PARKER, LEROY,
"Mamie Smith's Blues," by Don Bedwell, April•June 2008 (Volume 25/Number 2)

Park, Marlene (and Gerald Markowitz)," "Not by Bread Alone: Post Office Art of the New Deal," June•July 1989 (Volume 6/Number 3)

PARK, MYRL A.,
"Pinball Wizards," by Thomas Crowl, March•April 2000 (Volume 17/Number 2)

PARRISH, MAXFIELD,
"Circus Quilt, The," by Ricky Clark, July•August 2004 (Volume 21/Number 4)

PARSHALL, HUGH "DOC," "Home in Ohio: Harness Racing Goes Hollywood," by Bob Carson, October•December 2008 (Volume 25/Number 4)

"Party-Time Trolleys," by John H. White, Jr., December 1989•January 1990 (Volume 6/Number 6)

PASONS, ESTHER "BUNNY," (Mrs. Milton Caniff),
"Milton Caniff," by Lucy Shelton Caswell, July•September 2007 (Volume 24/Number 3)

PATENT OFFICE, U.S.,
"Theft of the Century: Elisha Gray and the Telephone's Invention," by Seth Shulman, July•September 2009 (Volume 26/Number 3)

PATHE NEWS,
"When the ‘Red Devil’ Went Out in Style," by William D. Middleton, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

"Path to Glory: A World War II Reminiscence," by Carl M. Becker, December 1991•January 1992 (Volume 8/Number 6)

PATIENCE,
"Wilde Card: An Aesthete Visits Ohio," by Richard Compton, November•December 2000 (Volume 17/Number 6)

PAT O’LEARY LINE (French Underground),
"The Kindness of Strangers: An Ohioan Escapes the Nazis," by Jerri Donohue, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

PATRICK, JOHN,
"Underdog Factor: The Odyssey of Burgess Meredith," by John E. Vacha, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

PATTERSON, EDMUND,
"Johnson's Island," by Roger Pickenpaugh, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PATTERSON, FRANK,
"Teaching Through the Eye: John H. Patterson's Industrial Photography," by Claudia L. Watson, November•December 2002 (Volume 19/Number 6)

PATTERSON, JOHN HENRY,
"Teaching Through the Eye: John H. Patterson's Industrial Photography," by Claudia L. Watson, November•December 2002 (Volume 19/Number 6)
"No Springs—Honest Weight: Toledo Scale Wins the Weight War," by Timothy Messer-Kruse, April•June 2005 (Volume 22/Number 2)
"Swept Away: The Great 1913 Flood," by Trudy E. Bell, January•March 2009 (Volume 26/Number 1)

PATTERSON, JOSEPH,
"Milton Caniff," by Lucy Shelton Caswell, July•September 2007 (Volume 24/Number 3)

PATTON, (General) GEORGE S.,
"One Lucky Buckeye Over Germany," by Louis Keefer, April•June 2006 (Volume 23/Number 2)

PAULIN, ARTHUR L.,
"Pinball Wizards," by Thomas Crowl, March•April 2000 (Volume 17/Number 2)

PAULO, WALTER,
"From Copper Kettle to Klondikes: The Isaly's Story," by Thomas E. Crowl, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

Paulson, George W.,
"To Teach and to Heal: St. Francis Hospital," January•February 1999 (Volume 16/Number 1)
"A Painter and a Gentleman: Ralph Fanning," May•June 2000 (Volume 17/Number 3)
"The Resurrectionists," May•June 2001 (Volume 18/Number 3)
"Lighthouse of the Sky: John Quincy Adams Visits Cincinnati," July•August 2001 (Volume 18/Number 4)
"Neurosurgery's Pioneer: Harvey Cushing," September•October 2002 (Volume 19/Number 5)
"Influenza: The Pandemic of 1918-19," September•October 2003 (Volume 20/Number 5) "A Long and Lonely Dying: President James A. Garfield," July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)

PAWNBROKERS,
"The Mayor of Long Street (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," by Ruth Handler, July•August 1994 (Volume 11/Number 4)

PAYNE, DOUG,
"Ohio's ‘Alligator,’"by Bradley T. Lepper, March•April 2001 (Volume 18/Number 2)

Payne, Phillip G.,
"The Harding Memorial," September•October 1998 (Volume 15/Number 5)

Payne, Richard (Photographer),
"Philip Johnson's Great Depression," June•July 1987 (Volume 4/Number 3)

PC 1251 (Ukiah),
"Woody at War," by Allan R. Millett, April•June 2007 (Volume 24/Number 2)

PEABODY, (Miss) ELLEN,
"Holyoke in the West: The Western Female Seminary," by Carolyn V. Platt, July•August 1999 (Volume 16/Number 4)

"Peaceable Kingdom: Ohio on the Eve of Settlement, The," by Carl W. Albrecht, Jr., June•July 1985 (Volume 2/Number 3)

PEACE PIPE,
"Artifacts of Peace," by Phillip R. Shriver, April•May 1988 (Volume 5/Number 2)

PEAL, WILLIAM,
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PEARLMAN, ALFRED E.,
"Fast Train Through the Cornbelt," by Christopher J. Dawson and Edward J. Pershey, September•October 2000 (Volume 17/Number 5)

PEARLMAN, SAMUEL,
"Red Dawn in Cleveland: The 1919 May Day Riots," by John S. Bellamy, II, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)

PEASE, ALONZO,
"Alonzo Pease's Oberlin (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by Marcia Goldberg, July•August 1997 (Volume 14/Number 4)
"Log Cabin Fever: Waving the Harrison Banner," by Roger A. Fischer, October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)

PEDAL CARS,
"Pedal Power: The Kiddie Car," by Richard Saunders, December 1989•January 1990 (Volume 6/Number 6)
"Pedal Power: The Kiddie Car," by Richard Saunders, December 1989•January 1990 (Volume 6/Number 6)

PEERLESS MOTOR COMPANY (Cleveland, Ohio),
"You Know Me: Barney Oldfield," by Timothy Messer-Kruse, May•June 2002 (Volume 19/Number 3)

PEKING. See BEIJING, CHINA

PELZER, ALPHONSE,
"The Sculptor of Salem: John G. Segesman," by Dale E. Shaffer, January•February 1999 (Volume 16/Number 1)

PENDLETON, GEORGE,
"Battlefield Ballots: The 1864 Presidential Election," by Fred Previts, October•December 2009 (Volume 26/Number 4)

"Penman of Independence: Januarius MacGahan," by Stephen Ostrander, June•July 1987 (Volume 4/Number 3)

PENN-CENTRAL RAILROAD,
"Fast Train Through the Cornbelt," by Christopher J. Dawson and Edward J. Pershey, September•October 2000 (Volume 17/Number 5)

PENGUIN, THE (Batman),
"Underdog Factor: The Odyssey of Burgess Meredith," by John E. Vacha, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

PENNYLVANIA COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania),
"An Ohio Boy: Willoughby Dayton Miller, DDS," by Donald F. Bowers, May•June 2004 (Volume 21/Number 3)

PEOPLE OF PLENTY,
"Defining America: David Potter's People of Plenty (TIMELINE REVIEW)," by James Harvey Young, May•June 1996 (Volume 13/Number 3)

PEOPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, THE (Sidney, Ohio),
"Louis Sullivan's Ohio Banks," by Gary C. Meyer, April•June 2007 (Volume 24/Number 2)

PEOPLE's STREET RAILWAY,
"America's Best Mayor: Tom L. Johnson," by Melvin G. Holli, March•April 2002 (Volume 19/Number 2)

PEORIA, ILLINOIS,
"Trouble Brewing on Darby: A Buckeye Absconds to Suckerland," by J. Merton England, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)

"Perfect Game: Addie Joss, Pitcher," by Scott Longert, July•August 1995 (Volume 12/Number 4)

PERRY, AARON F.,
"Mission to Washington, 1861," by Ethan S. Rafuse, April•June 2008 (Volume 25/Number 2)

PERRY, J.H.,
"Teaching Through the Eye: John H. Patterson's Industrial Photography," by Claudia L. Watson, November•December 2002 (Volume 19/Number 6)

PERRY MONUMENT (Cleveland, Ohio),
"A Monumental Battle on Public Square," by William C. Stark, January•February 2003 (Volume 20/Number 2)

PERRY, OLIVER HAZARD,
"Cleared for Action: Inland Navies in the War of 1812," by Kevin J. Crisman, April•May 1989 (Volume 6/Number 2)
"And They Are Ours," by David C. Skaggs, April•May 1989 (Volume 6/Number 2)
"A Monumental Battle on Public Square," by William C. Stark, January•February 2003 (Volume 20/Number 2)

PERRYSBURG (Ohio),
"Fort Meigs (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM)," October•December 2004 (Volume 21/Numbers 5-6)

PERRY, MARGARET (Mrs. Burgess Meredith),
"Underdog Factor: The Odyssey of Burgess Meredith," by John E. Vacha, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

Pershey, Edward J. and Christopher J. Dawson,
"Fast Train Through the Cornbelt," September•October 2000 (Volume 17/Number 5)

PERSHING, JOHN ("Black Jack"),
"Buckeyes in the Rainbow: The 166th U.S. Infantry Regiment in World War I," by John K. Ohl, October•December 2004 (Volume 21/Numbers 5-6)

"PE-RU-NA: A Catarrh Cure from Columbus," by James Young Harvey, November•December 1995 (Volume 12/Number 6)

PE-RU-NA,
"PE-RU-NA: A Catarrh Cure from Columbus," by James Harvey Young, November•December 1995 (Volume 12/Number 6)

Peskin, Allan,
"Presidents Anonymous (TIMELINE FORUM)," October•November 1985 (Volume 2/Number 5)
"The Civil War: Crucible of Change (TIMELINE FORUM)," June•July 1986 (Volume 3/Number 3)
"If You Seek His Monument: Reflections on the Meaning of the Garfield Tomb," August•September 1992 (Volume 9/Number 4)

PETER ASTRA,
"Home in Ohio: Harness Racing Goes Hollywood," by Bob Carson, October•December 2008 (Volume 25/Number 4)

"Petition in Boots: Coxey's Army Marches," by Carlos A. Schwantes, February•March 1990 (Volume 7/Number 1)

PHANTOM FILLY, THE, by George Agnew Chamberlain,
"Home in Ohio: Harness Racing Goes Hollywood," by Bob Carson, October•December 2008 (Volume 25/Number 4)

PHELPS, LUCIUS,
"Reducing the Risk: Woods, Phelps, Edison, and the Railway Telegraph," by Robert Lochte, January•February 1999 (Volume 16/Number 1)

PHILADELPHIA TOBOGGAN COMPANY,
"Round We Go: Carousel Art," by Simon Jones, September•October 1999 (Volume 16/Number 5)

PHILANTHROPY and PHILANTHROPISTS,
"For Man and Beast: Sloan's Liniment," by James Harvey Young, September•October 2001 (Volume 18/Number 5)

"Philip Johnson's Great Depression," by Geoffrey Blodgett, June•July 1987 (Volume 4/Number 3)

PHILIPPINES,
"Path to Glory: A World War II Reminiscence," by Carl M. Becker, December 1991•January 1992 (Volume 8/Number 6)
"Buckeye Minuteman: Robert S. Beightler," by John K. Ohl, January•February 2003 (Volume 20/Number 2)
"A Soldier of Character and Compassion: Harding at Buna," by Carl M. Becker, October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)

PHILLIPS, (Dr.) JOHN,
"Breath of Death: The 1929 Cleveland Clinic Disaster," by John S. Bellamy, II, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

PHILOSOPICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. See OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY (OHS)

"Phil Sheridan is All Right!," by Roy Morris, Jr., May•June 1994 (Volume 11/Number 3)

PHINNEY, JERRY,
"Ohio's Struggle for Equality Before the Civil War," by Paul Finkelman, January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)

PHOSGENE,
"Defeating the Hun at their Own Game," by Joel A. Vilensky, April•June 2007 (Volume 24/Number 2)

PHOTOGRAPHS and PHOTOGRAPHY. See ART and ARTISTS
"Photography of Dayton's Albert Kern, The," by Claudia Watson, April•June 2006 (Volume 23/Number 2)

PHRENOLOGY,
"Squaring the Circle: Octagonal Architecture," by W. Ray Luce, December 1989•January 1990 (Volume 6/Number 6)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION,
"The 1869 Antioch Nine (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by Scott Sanders, September•October 2002 (Volume 19/Number 5)
"Woody at War," by Allan R. Millett, April•June 2007 (Volume 24/Number 2)
"Piano in the Parlor: When There Was a Parlor, The," by Gerald Carson, December 1990•January 1991 (Volume 7/Number 6)

PIANOS,
"The Piano in the Parlor: When There Was a Parlor," by Gerald Carson, December 1990•January 1991 (Volume 7/Number 6)

PICHON, WALTER ("Fats"),
"Mamie Smith's Blues," by Don Bedwell, April•June 2008 (Volume 25/Number 2)

PICKARD, EMMA,
"Quilts of the Western Reserve," by Ricky Clark, July•August 2003 (Volume 20/Number 4)

Pickenpaugh, Roger,
"The Big Stick (TIMELINE ALBUM)," September•October 1995 (Volume 12/Number 5)
"Bent, Zigzag & Crooked: The Bellaire, Zanesville & Cincinnati Railroad," January•February 1996 (Volume 13/Number 1)
"Rescue by Rail," November•December 1997 (Volume 14/Number 6)
"Opportunity of a Lifetime," March•April 1998 (Volume 15/Number 2)
"Teddy Vs. Taft: A Battle of Heavyweights," March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)
"The Issues," March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)
"Johnson's Island," July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)
"Front Porch Campaign," October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

PICKFORD, MARY. See SMITH, GLADYS
"‘Picture Painter, Columbus, Ohio’: A Reminiscence of Emerson Burkhart," by John Barsotti (as told to James K. Richards)," December 1984•January 1985 (Volume 1/Number 2)

PIDGEON, WILLIAM, The Traditions of De-coo-dah,
"Ohio's ‘Alligator,’"by Bradley T. Lepper, March•April 2001 (Volume 18/Number 2)

PIERCE, CHARLIE HATCH,
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PIERCE, ELIJAH,
"Secular Sermons: Elijah Pierce, Woodcarver," by Nannette V. Maciejunes and E. Jane Connell, May•June 1993 (Volume 10/Number 3)

PIERCE, JOHN,
"‘In Death-Like Silence’: Touring a Coal Mine in 1852," by John Henry Devereux, edited by David A. Simmons, January•March 2007 (Volume 24/Number 1)

PIERCE, JOSEPH,
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PIERCE, JOSEPH, SR.,
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PIERCE, MARY SHREVE (Mrs. Joseph Pierce),
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PIERCE, MRS. JOSEPH (Mary Shreve Pierce),
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PIERCE, WILLIAM,
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PIERSON, WILLIAM S.,
"Johnson's Island," by Roger Pickenpaugh, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

Pie Wagon, by Carl Frederick Gaertner (TIMELINE MASTERWORK), March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3)

PIKE's OPERA HOUSE (Cincinnati, Ohio),
"Crosley Story," by Don Bedwell, January•March 2007 (Volume 24/Number 1)

PILGRIM CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (Cleveland, Ohio),
"Ohio's Religious Landscape," by Peter W. Williams, May•June 2000 (Volume 17/Number 3)

"Pinball Wizards," by Thomas Crowl, March•April 2000 (Volume 17/Number 2)

PINBALL MACHINES,
"Pinball Wizards," by Thomas Crowl, March•April 2000 (Volume 17/Number 2)

PINGREE, HAZEN S.,
"America's Best Mayor: Tom L. Johnson," by Melvin G. Holli, March•April 2002 (Volume 19/Number 2)

"Pioneer Piety (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," by David S. Stanley, January•February 1994 (Volume 11/Number 1)
"Pioneers," by E. Jane Connell, March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3)

PIQUA (Ohio),
"Dillinger Wasn’t Here," by Pat Best, April•June 2005 (Volume 22/Number 2)

PITLER, JAKE,
"Dayton's Wild Duck: Howard Holmes," by Carl M. Becker and Jack Carlson, October•December 2004 (Volume 21/Numbers 5-6)

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA,
"From Copper Kettle to Klondikes: The Isaly's Story," by Thomas E. Crowl, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS,
"Toledo's Perfect Glass Gox," by Stuart W. Leslie, April•June 2008 (Volume 25/Number 2)

PLANT PATHOLOGY,
"Public Science and Private Enterprise: Battling Ohio Valley Corn Viruses," by Christopher Cumo, May•June 1999 (Volume 16/Number 3)

PLASMODIUM,
"Autumnal Fever and Daniel Drake," by Stephen Gehlbach, July•September 2007 (Volume 24/Number 3)

PLATT, CAROLYN V.,
"TIMELINE @ Twenty-Five: A Personal History" (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM), by Christopher S. Duckworth, October•December 2009 (Volume 26/Number 4) Works by:
"Prairie Remnants of the Darby Plains," October•November 1984 (Volume 1/Number 1)
"Owl: Sorcerer, Spirit-Bird, Predator," December 1984•January 1985 (Volume 1/Number 2)
"The Snow Queen: A Midwinter's Tale," February•March 1985 (Volume 2/Number 1)
"The Shy but Lovely Orchids of the Midwest," April•May 1985 (Volume 2/Number 2)
"The Raccoon: Nature's Artful Dodger," August•September 1985 (Volume 2/Number 4)
"Bogs and Fens: Ohio's Glacial Wetlands," October•November 1985 (Volume 2/Number 5)
"Winter on the North Shore," December 1985•January 1986 (Volume 2/Number 6)
"Man's Best Enemy: The Wolf," February•March 1986 (Volume 3/Number 1)
"Splendor in the Grass: The Shy Massasauga," April•May 1986 (Volume 3/Number 2)
"Islands of the Past: The Prairie Peninsula," August•September 1986 (Volume 3/Number 4)
"On the Ledges," October•November 1986 (Volume 3/Number 5)
"Heartland Winter," December 1986•January 1987 (Volume 3/Number 6)
"The Great Black Swamp," February•March 1987 (Volume 4/Number 1)
"A Niche in Time: Hocking's Hills and Valleys," April•May 1987 (Volume 4/Number 2)
"Between Lake and Land: The Erie Marshes," August•September 1987 (Volume 4/Number 4)
"Urban Wilderness," October•November 1987 (Volume 4/Number 5)
"Against the Odds: Birds in Winter," December 1987•January 1988 (Volume 4/Number 6)
"Signs of Spring," February•March 1988 (Volume 5/Number 1)
"Furbearers," April•May 1988 (Volume 5/Number 2)
"Oak Openings," June•July 1988 (Volume 5/Number 3)
"Old Fields…New Life," August•September 1988 (Volume 5/Number 4)
"Saving Pieces," October•November 1988 (Volume 5/Number 5)
"Scoured in Stone: Glacial Grooves on Kelleys Island," December 1988•January 1989 (Volume 5/Number 6)
"Caves: Underground Wonderlands," February•March 1989 (Volume 6/Number 1)
"Vale of Time: Clifton Gorge," April•May 1989 (Volume 6/Number 2)
"Fantastic Fungi," October•November 1989 (Volume 6/Number 5)
"The Quiet Season: Lake Erie in Winter," December 1989•January 1990 (Volume 6/Number 6)
"Shoreline Saga: Migration and Lake Erie," February•March 1990 (Volume 7/Number 1)
"Columbiana Corridor," April•May 1990 (Volume 7/Number 2)
"Cuyahoga Wetlands," June•July 1990 (Volume 7/Number 3)
"Life on the Edge: Adams County and the Edge of Appalachia Preserves," August•September 1990 (Volume 7/Number 4)
"Snakes," December 1990•January 1991 (Volume 7/Number 6)
"A Respectable Bird: The Wild Turkey," February•March 1991 (Volume 8/Number 1)
"Butterflies," June•July 1991 (Volume 8/Number 3)
"On Branch and Vine: Ohio's Fruits and Nuts," August•September 1991 (Volume 8/Number 4)
"Coyote Returns," February•March 1992 (Volume 9/Number 1)
"Nature's Stage: Cedar Bog," April•May 1992 (Volume 9/Number 2)
"Amphibious Architect: The Beaver," August•September 1992 (Volume 9/Number 4)
"Warner's Hollow," January•February 1993 (Volume 10/Number 1)
"Fire Lizard: The Humble Salamander," March•April 1993 (Volume 10/Number 2) Introduction by,
"Cincinnati Memories (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," March•April 1993 (Volume 10/Number 2) Introduction by,
"Cincinnati Memories (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," May•June 1993 (Volume 10/Number 3)
"Nature's Confectioner: The Honey Bee," July•August 1993 (Volume 10/Number 4)
"Nightmare on the Mississippi: The New Madrid Earthquakes," September•October 1993 (Volume 10/Number 5)
"Darters," May•June 1994 (Volume 11/Number 3)
"Glacial Lakes," September•October 1994 (Volume 11/Number 5)
"Endangered State," November•December 1994 (Volume 11/Number 6)
"Salt," March•April 1995 (Volume 12/Number 2)
"Bright Shiners," July•August 1995 (Volume 12/Number 4)
"Conrad Richter and the Big Trees," September•October 1995 (Volume 12/Number 5)
"Bromfield's Farm," May•June 1996 (Volume 13/Number 3)
"Laying for Flies and Bugs," September•October 1996 (Volume 13/Number 5)
"Jumping Flytraps: Frogs and Toads," March•April 1997 (Volume 14/Number 2)
"The Trouble with Bambi," May•June 1997 (Volume 14/Number 3)
"Land-Eating Lake: Erosion Along Lake Erie," January•February 1998 (Volume 15/Number 1)
"Creepy-Crawly Caterpillars," May•June 1998 (Volume 15/Number 3)
"Hybrid Corn: George Harrison Shull's Revolution," May•June 1999 (Volume 16/Number 3)
"Holyoke in the West: The Western Female Seminary," July•August 1999 (Volume 16/Number 4)
"Landbird Fall Out," March•April 2000 (Volume 17/Number 2)
"Revelation and Revolution: The Great Leonid Meteor Storm of 1833," November•December 2001 (Volume 18/Number 6)
"Sisters in the Science Wing: The Doctors Braun," May•June 2002 (Volume 19/Number 3)
"Song Sparrows of Interpont: Margaret Morse Nice, Ornithologist," September•October 2002 (Volume 19/Number 5) "’Three Cheers for the Cracker Line!’ William Gates Le Duc and the Relif of Chattanooga," April•June 2005 (Volume 22/Number 2) "Ohio's Scenic Rivers: Preservation and Perils (TIMELINE FORUM)," July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)
"The Girl Sleuth and the Stratemeyer Syndicate," January•March 2007 (Volume 24/Number 1)
"Make Room for Bears," October•December 2008 (Volume 25/Number 4)

PLATTE BRIDGE STATION (Fort Caspar, Wyoming),
"Frontier Artist and Soldier: Caspar Collins," by John F. Steinle, May•June 2004 (Volume 21/Number 3)

PLATT, THOMAS,
"Hayes Luck: The Unlikely Presidential Nomination of 1876, The," by Roy Morris Jr., July•August 2004 (Volume 21/Number 4)

PLAYFAIR, WILLIAM,
"A French Village in Frontier Ohio," by Reginald Horsman, September•October 2003 (Volume 20/Number 5)

PLOUHA (France),
"The Kindness of Strangers: An Ohioan Escapes the Nazis," by Jerri Donohue, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

Plowden, David,
"A Time of Trains (TIMELINE FORUM)," August•September 1989 (Volume 6/Number 4)
"The End of an Era: Great Lakes Steamers (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," January•February 1994 (Volume 11/Number 1)
"Small Town America (TIMELINE FORUM)," July•August 1996 (Volume 13/Number 4)

PLOWS,
"The Singing Plow," by R. Douglas Hurt, April•May 1988 (Volume 5/Number 2)

Plumley, Claudia,
"All-American Thinclad: John Saunders, Jr.," September•October 1996 (Volume 13/Number 5)

Plummer, Elizabeth L.,
"Tourism at the Ohio Penitentiary," January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)

PLUM STREET TEMPLE (Cincinnati, Ohio),
"Ohio's Religious Landscape," by Peter W. Williams, May•June 2000 (Volume 17/Number 3)

PLYMOUTH (Ohio),
"Plymouth (TIMELINE PROFILE)," by R. Douglas Hurt, August•September 1985 (Volume 2/Number 4)
"Plymouth (TIMELINE PROFILE)," by R. Douglas Hurt, August•September 1985 (Volume 2/Number 4)

PODINGTON (England),
"One Lucky Buckeye Over Germany," by Louis Keefer, April•June 2006 (Volume 23/Number 2)

POE, EDGAR ALLEN,
"Captain Symmes's Journey to the Center of the Earth," by Reginald Horsman, September•October 2000 (Volume 17/Number 5)

POETS and POETRY,
"America's Worst Poet (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," by Gerald Carson, July•August 1993 (Volume 10/Number 4)

POINAR, GEORGE,
"A Passion for Bach," by John Vacha, July•September 2008 (Volume 25/Number 3)

POINDEXTER, HENRY,
"Ohio's Struggle for Equality Before the Civil War," by Paul Finkelman, January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)

POINT PLEASANT, BATTLE OF,
"Go On and Be Brave: The Battle of Point Pleasant," by Franklin B. Wickwire, August•September 1987 (Volume 4/Number 4)

POINT, THE. See MARIETTA (Ohio).

"Poison Squad, The," by R. Douglas Hurt, February•March 1985 (Volume 2/Number 1)

POISON SQUAD,
"The Poison Squad," by R. Douglas Hurt, February•March 1985 (Volume 2/Number 1)

"Polar Dreams, Polar Nightmares: The Quests of Lincoln Ellsworth," by David Lore, December 1988•January 1989 (Volume 5/Number 6)

POLAR EXPLORATION,
"Captain Symmes's Journey to the Center of the Earth," by Reginald Horsman, September•October 2000 (Volume 17/Number 5)

POLICE. See Law Enforcement

POLITICS and POLITICIANS,
"Vallandigham: Constitutionalist and Copperhead," by Michael Les Benedict, February•March 1986 (Volume 3/Number 1)
"God Bless the Russians," by Gerald Carson, August•September 1986 (Volume 3/Number 4)
"Mr. Seward's Icebox," by Gerald Carson, October•November 1987 (Volume 4/Number 5)
"My Dinner with Andrew," by Donald J. Ratcliffe, October•November 1987 (Volume 4/Number 5)
"Belva Ann Lockwood," by Vincent P. DeSantis, December 1987•January 1988 (Volume 4/Number 6)
"For the Common Benefit: The Northwest Ordinance," by Peter S. Onuf, April•May 1988 (Volume 5/Number 2)
"A Matter of Politics," by Charles S. Templer, October•November 1988 (Volume 5/Number 5)
"Fifty-Four Forty or Fight: The Oregon Crisis," by Gerald Carson, June•July 1990 (Volume 7/Number 3)
"A Hundred Million Buttons Were Wrong: The Election of 1940," by John E. Vacha, October•November 1990 (Volume 7/Number 5)
"Separate and Unequal: The Closing of Midland School," by Lenna Mae Gara, June•July 1991 (Volume 8/Number 3)
"Harry of the West: Henry Clay," by Stephen B. Oates, October•November 1991 (Volume 8/Number 5)
"The New Deal Builds: Government Architecture during the New Deal," by Daniel Prosser, February•March 1992 (Volume 9/Number 1)
"Embattled Professor: Oberlin College Debates the Third Reich," by Geoffrey Blodgett, August•September 1992 (Volume 9/Number 4)
"The Hellenic Ideal: The Ohio Statehouse," by Daniel Prosser, July•August 1993 (Volume 10/Number 4)
"FDR's Fala: The Dog That Swung an Election," by John E. Vacha, November•December 1994 (Volume 11/Number 6)
"Giving ‘em Hell in Ohio," by David McCullough, July•August 1995 (Volume 12/Number 4)
"Mining Votes: President McKinley Visits Arizona (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by Bruce Hooper, July•August 1996 (Volume 13/Number 4)
"In the Shadow of Warren G. Harding: John Bricker and the Presidential Election of 1944," by Richard O. Davies, January•February 1997 (Volume 14/Number 1)
"Caesar and the Conquest of the Northwest Territory: The Wayne Campaign, 1792–95," by Allan R. Millett, May•June 1997 (Volume 14/Number 3)
"Caesar and the Conquest of the Northwest Territory: The Harrison Campaign, 1811," by Allan R. Millett, July•August 1997 (Volume 14/Number 4)
"Calico Charlie: Governor Charles Foster," by Dennis East, II, July•August 1997 (Volume 14/Number 4)
"Caesar and the Conquest of the Northwest Territory: The Second Harrison Campaign, 1813," by Allan R. Millett, September•October 1997 (Volume 14/Number 5)
"Ohio Did That to Me!: The 1960 Presidential Election," by John E. Vacha, January•February 1998 (Volume 15/Number 1)
"Overlooked Accomplishments: Eliot Ness's Cleveland Years," by Paul W. Heimel, March•April 1998 (Volume 15/Number 2)
"The Death of President Harding," by Robert H. Ferrell, September•October 1998 (Volume 15/Number 5)
"Medill of the Tribune: Advocate of Political and Moral Progress," by John E. Vacha, July•August 1999 (Volume 16/Number 4)
"Nasby to the Reskoo: David Ross Locke," by Dennis East, II, November•December 1999 (Volume 16/Number 6)
"Toledo's Golden Ruler: Samuel L. Jones," by Melvin G. Holli, July•August 2000 (Volume 17/Number 4)
"The Best Barber in America: George A. Myers," by John E. Vacha, January•February 2000 (Volume 17/Number 1)
"Hundred-Days Men: The Ohio National Guard in the Civil War," by Jim Leeke, July•August 2000 (Volume 17/Number 4)
"Treason in Canton! The Trial of Eugene Debs," by John E. Vacha, November•December 2001 (Volume 18/Number 6)
"America's Best Mayor: Tom L. Johnson," by Melvin G. Holli, March•April 2002 (Volume 19/Number 2)
"Teddy Vs. Taft: A Battle of Heavyweights," by Roger Pickenpaugh, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)
"Hayes Luck: The Unlikely Presidential Nomination of 1876, The," by Roy Morris Jr., July•August 2004 (Volume 21/Number 4)
"Strangled for the Republic: The Assassination of President Garfield," by Russell Roberts, July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)
"Log Cabin Fever: Waving the Harrison Banner," by Roger A. Fischer, October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)
"The Harrison Tomb (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM)," October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)
"Tippecanoe and Cider Too: The Improbable, Irrepressible Election of 1840," by Roy Morris Jr., October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)
"Ohio's Struggle for Equality Before the Civil War," by Paul Finkelman, January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)
"Ohio's Pride: The Art and Architecture of the Ohio State Office Building," by Barbara Powers, January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)
"Ohio's Struggle for Equality Before the Civil War," by Paul Finkelman, January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)
"‘I Wish Mark Was Here’: The Political Partnership of Mark Hanna and William McKinley," by Roy Morris Jr., October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)
"Front Porch Campaign," by Roger Pickenpaugh, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)
"Lincoln & Stanton: An Uncommon Friendship," by Stephen B. Oates, January•March 2009 (Volume 26/Number 1)
"Stumping in Ohio: Lincoln in 1859," by Roy Morris Jr., July•September 2009 (Volume 26/Number 3)
"Battlefield Ballots: The 1864 Presidential Election," by Fred Previts, October•December 2009 (Volume 26/Number 4)

POMEROY (Ohio),
"Salt," by Carolyn V. Platt, March•April 1995 (Volume 12/Number 2)

POMEROY SALT WORKS,
"Salt," by Carolyn V. Platt, March•April 1995 (Volume 12/Number 2)

PONCA INDIANS,
"George Crook: Soldier and Humanitarian," by John K. Ohl, July•September 2007 (Volume 24/Number 3)

PONTIAC (Chief),
"The Captives Return: Bouquet's Victory," by Paul E. Kopperman, April•May 1990 (Volume 7/Number 2)

POP ART. See ART and ARTISTS

POPE MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
"Mystery Man from Massillon: Herbert Dow," by Ellis N. Brandt, July•August 2003 (Volume 20/Number 4)

"Pop Goes the Artist: Roy Lichtenstein," by by Norine S. Hendricks, September•October 2000 (Volume 17/Number 5)

PORCELAIN STEEL BUILDINGS COMPANY,
"White Castle: Billy Ingram's Burger," by David G. Hogan, March March•April 1999 (Volume 16/Number 2)

PORCH, BESSE IO (Mrs. Lloyd Cassel Douglas),
"A Magnificent Obsession: The Novels of Lloyd C. Douglas," by Donald L. Huber, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PORTER, DANIEL R.,
"The Ohio Historical Center" (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM), January•March 2007 (Volume 24/Number 1)

PORTER, IRWIN,
"‘The Murdered Children’" (TIMELINE ALBUM), by Steven DeGenaro, January•March 2007 (Volume 24/Number 1)

PORTER, MRS. IRWIN (Minda Flickinger),
"‘The Murdered Children’" (TIMELINE ALBUM), by Steven DeGenaro, January•March 2007 (Volume 24/Number 1)

PORTER, WILLIAM S.,
"The Cincinnati Panorama (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by M’Lissa Kesterman and Keith Kuhn, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)
"Portraits and Preaching: Reverend David Bulle (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by M. Melissa Wolfe, January•February 1997 (Volume 14/Number 1)

PORTRAITURE. See ART and ARTISTS

PORTSMOUTH (Ohio),
"A Darned Good Quarterback," by Carl M. Becker, September•October 1994 (Volume 11/Number 5)
"Jim Thorpe Comes to Portsmouth...And Leaves," by Carl M. Becker, September•October 2001 (Volume 18/Number 5)
"Swept Away: The Great 1913 Flood," by Trudy E. Bell, January•March 2009 (Volume 26/Number 1)

PORTSMOUTH SHOE-STEELS, THE,
"Jim Thorpe Comes to Portsmouth...And Leaves," by Carl M. Becker, September•October 2001 (Volume 18/Number 5)

POSTAL HISTORY,
"RFD: The Farmers’ Mail," by Wayne E. Fuller, April•May 1987 (Volume 4/Number 2)
"By the Seat of Their Pants: Flying the Mail," by James H. Bruns, December 1987•January 1988 (Volume 4/Number 6)
"The Old Northwest: A Postal History," by Carl W. Albrecht, Jr., April•May 1988 (Volume 5/Number 2)
"Not by Bread Alone: Post Office Art of the New Deal," by Gerald Markowitz and Marlene Park, June•July 1989 (Volume 6/Number 3)
"Out of the Sky: An Airmail Experiment," by Louis Keefer, November•December 1995 (Volume 12/Number 6)

POSTERS,
"What Did You Do in the War? World War I Posters," by James K. Richards, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)

POSTLE HALL (OSU),
"An Ohio Boy: Willoughby Dayton Miller, DDS," by Donald F. Bowers, May•June 2004 (Volume 21/Number 3)

POTTER, DAVID M.. "Defining America: David Potter's People of Plenty (TIMELINE REVIEW)," by James Harvey Young, May•June 1996 (Volume 13/Number 3)

"Pottery Pigeons: George Ligowsky and Modern Trapshooting," by Kenneth P. Czech, March•April 1994 (Volume 11/Number 2)

POTTHAST, EDWARD HENRY,
"Into the Light: The Art of Edward Potthast," by James M. Keny, April•May 1991 (Volume 8/Number 2)
"Duveneck, Et Al.," by James M. Keny, March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3) Works by: Sunny Day at the Beach (TIMELINE MASTERWORK), March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3)

POWDERED DANCER,
"On Gossamer Wings: Damselflies," by Dwight Moody, April•June 2007 (Volume 24/Number 2)

POWELL, DAWN (Mrs. Joseph Gousha),
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, ELROY ("Roy"),
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, HATTIE BLANCHE SHERMAN (Mrs. Roy Powell),
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, MABEL,
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, MRS. ROY (Hattie Blanche Sherman),
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, MRS. ROY (Sabra Stearns),
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, PHYLLIS,
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)

POWELL, SABRA STEARNS (Mrs. Roy Powell),
"The Muse of Rubberleg Square: Dawn Powell," by Tim Page, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4) Powers, Barbara,
"Ohio's Pride: The Art and Architecture of the Ohio State Office Building," January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)

POWERS, HIRAM,
"Marble Man: Hiram Powers," by Stephen May, September•October 2001 (Volume 18/Number 5)
"Pioneers," by E. Jane Connell, March•June 2003 (Volume 20/Numbers 2 & 3)
"Sizing Up the Queen City: Frances Trollope and Harriet Martineau," by Lenora Hobbs, May•June 2004 (Volume 21/Number 3)

POWERS, MRS HIRAM (Elizabeth Gibson),
"Marble Man: Hiram Powers," by Stephen May, September•October 2001 (Volume 18/Number 5)

POWS. See PRISONERS OF WAR

PRAIRIE CHICKENS. See BIRDS and BIRDING

PRAIRIE,
"Prairie Remnants of the Darby Plains," by Carolyn V. Platt, October•November 1984 (Volume 1/Number 1)
"Islands of the Past: The Prairie Peninsula," by Carolyn V. Platt, August•September 1986 (Volume 3/Number 4)
"Prairie Remnants of the Darby Plains," by Carolyn V. Platt, October•November 1984 (Volume 1/Number 1)

PREBLE, MARTHA (Mrs. Henry Church Jr.),
"The Harmonious Blacksmith of Chagrin Falls: Henry Church Jr.," by John E. Vacha, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)

PREHISTORIC INDIANS. See INDIANS

PREHISTORY. See ARCHAEOLOGY and ARCHAEOLOGISTS
"Presidents Anonymous (TIMELINE FORUM)," by Allan Peskin, October•November 1985 (Volume 2/Number 5)

PRENDERGAST, MAURICE,
"The Last Ashcan Artist: Clyde Singer and the American Scene," by Nannette V. Maciejunes and Christopher S. Duckworth, October•December 2009 (Volume 26/Number 4)

PRESIDENTS,
"Lincoln and Stanton: An Uncommon Friendship," by Stephen B. Oates, October•November 1984 (Volume 1/Number 1)
"Humanity and Reform: Indian Policy and the Hayes Presidency," by Philip Weeks, April•May 1985 (Volume 2/Number 2)
"Biography as High Adventure (TIMELINE FORUM)," by Stephen B. Oates, June•July 1985 (Volume 2/Number 3)
"Presidents Anonymous (TIMELINE FORUM)," by Allan Peskin, October•November 1985 (Volume 2/Number 5)
"Irreconcilable Differences: Wilson's Whistlestop Campaign for the League," by Dennis East, II, December 1986•January 1987 (Volume 3/Number 6)
"My Dinner with Andrew," by Donald J. Ratcliffe, October•November 1987 (Volume 4/Number 5)
"Her Father Shook Hands with Lincoln (TIMELINE VIGNETTE)," by Gerald Carson, June•July 1988 (Volume 5/Number 3)
"A Hundred Million Buttons Were Wrong: The Election of 1940," by John E. Vacha, October•November 1990 (Volume 7/Number 5)
"The Road to Appomattox: The Generalship of Ulysses S. Grant," by John Y. Simon, August•September 1991 (Volume 8/Number 4)
"If You Seek His Monument: Reflections on the Meaning of the Garfield Tomb," by Allan Peskin, August•September 1992 (Volume 9/Number 4)
"FDR's Fala: The Dog That Swung an Election," by John E. Vacha, November•December 1994 (Volume 11/Number 6)
"Mining Votes: President McKinley Visits Arizona (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by Bruce Hooper, July•August 1996 (Volume 13/Number 4)
"Teddy Rah!: Theodore Roosevelt and German-Americanism," by Donald L. Huber, November•December 1996 (Volume 13/Number 6)
"In the Shadow of Warren G. Harding: John Bricker and the Presidential Election of 1944," by Richard O. Davies, January•February 1997 (Volume 14/Number 1)
"Ohio Did That to Me!: The 1960 Presidential Election," by John E. Vacha, January•February 1998 (Volume 15/Number 1)
"The Death of President Harding," by Robert H. Ferrell, September•October 1998 (Volume 15/Number 5)
"The Harding Memorial," by Phillip G. Payne, September•October 1998 (Volume 15/Number 5)
"A Gram of Radium: Marie Curie Visits America," by James Harvey Young, January•February 2002 (Volume 19/Number 1)
"Teddy Vs. Taft: A Battle of Heavyweights," by Roger Pickenpaugh, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)
"Hayes Luck: The Unlikely Presidential Nomination of 1876, The," by Roy Morris Jr., July•August 2004 (Volume 21/Number 4)
"A Long and Lonely Dying: President James A. Garfield," by George Paulson, July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)
"Strangled for the Republic: The Assassination of President Garfield," by Russell Roberts, July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)
"Log Cabin Fever: Waving the Harrison Banner," by Roger A. Fischer, October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)
"The Harrison Tomb (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM)," October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)
"Tippecanoe and Cider Too: The Improbable, Irrepressible Election of 1840," by Roy Morris Jr., October•December 2005 (Volume 22/Number 4)
"‘I Wish Mark Was Here’: The Political Partnership of Mark Hanna and William McKinley," by Roy Morris Jr., October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)
"Front Porch Campaign," by Roger Pickenpaugh, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)
"Harding Home" (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM), October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)
"Stumping in Ohio: Lincoln in 1859," by Roy Morris Jr., July•September 2009 (Volume 26/Number 3) Preston, Diana,
"An Ohioan in China: Adna Chaffee and the Boxer Rebellion," January•February 2002 (Volume 19/Number 1)
"Why Fear Death? Charles Frohman aboard the Lusitania," November•December 2002 (Volume 19/Number 6)

"Pretty Boy Floyd," by Timothy R. Brookes, August•September 1990 (Volume 7/Number 4)

"PRETTY BOY FLOYD." See FLOYD, CHARLES ARTHUR

PREVEY, MARGUERITE,
"Treason in Canton! The Trial of Eugene Debs," by John E. Vacha, November•December 2001 (Volume 18/Number 6)

Previts, Fred,
"Battlefield Ballots: The 1864 Presidential Election," October•December 2009 (Volume 26/Number 4)

PREVOST, FRANK L.,
"Nobody's Perfect: Joe E. Brown," by David Neal Keller, July•September 2005 (Volume 22/Number 3)

PRICE, ABRAM,
"A Southern Odyssey: The Narrative of Abram Price," edited by Ann N. Hansen, August•September 1989 (Volume 6/Number 4)
"A Southern Odyssey: The Narrative of Abram Price," by Abram Price (and annotated by James K. Richards), August•September 1989 (Volume 6/Number 4)
"A Southern Odyssey: The Narrative of Abram Price," October•November 1989 (Volume 6/Number 5)
"A Southern Odyssey: The Narrative of Abram Price," by Abram Price (and annotated by James K. Richards), October•November 1989 (Volume 6/Number 5) Works by:
"A Southern Odyssey: The Narrative of Abram Price," August•September 1989 (Volume 6/Number 4)
"A Southern Odyssey: The Narrative of Abram Price," October•November 1989 (Volume 6/Number 5) Price, Gretchen L.,
"And Blood Rained Down: A Darke County Balloon Tragedy," July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PRICE, JOHN,
"Ohio's Struggle for Equality Before the Civil War," by Paul Finkelman, January•March 2006 (Volume 23/Number 1)

"Price of Fame: Staffordshire Wins the War of 1812, The," by William G. Keener, April•May 1989 (Volume 6/Number 2)

PRICE, STERLING,
"Victorious Loser: William S. Rosecrans (Part I)," by Albert Castel, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4)
"Victorious Loser: William S. Rosecrans (Part II)," by Albert Castel, September•October 2002 (Volume 19/Number 5)

"‘Printing in the Correct Style’: The Champlin Press" (OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM), by Betsy Butler, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)

PRISONS and PRISONERS,
"Clara Barton's Finest Hour," by Stephen B. Oates, January•February 1993 (Volume 10/Number 1)
"Enemies Turned Allies: Italian POWs in Ohio," by Louis Keefer, March•April 1993 (Volume 10/Number 2)
"About Six Acres of Land: Camp Chase, Civil War Prison," by Robert W. McCormick, September•October 1994 (Volume 11/Number 5)
"Tourism at the Ohio Penitentiary," by Elizabeth L. Plummer, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)
"Johnson's Island," by Roger Pickenpaugh, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)
"Charlie Pierce: A Johnson's Island Rebel," by Kimberly Brownlee, July•September 2006 (Volume 23/Number 3)
"The Kindness of Strangers: An Ohioan Escapes the Nazis," by Jerri Donohue, October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

"Producers of Big Things: Funk and Wagnalls," by Donald L. Huber, September•October 1999 (Volume 16/Number 5)

PRODUCT ENORSEMENTS,
"Hero in a Black Hat: Hopalong Cassidy," by David Neal Keller, January•March 2008 (Volume 25/Number 1)

"PROF AL." See RIEMENSCHNEIDER, ALBERT

PROFICIENCY EXAMINATIONS,
"What are Adverbs?: The Boxwell Proficiency Exam," by David A. Simmons and Ann E. Thomas, September•October 1993 (Volume 10/Number 5)

"Profits from Prohibition: Walter Kidder and the Hayner Distillery," by Michael W. Williams, March•April 1999 (Volume 16/Number 2)

PROGRESSIVES and PROGRESSIVISM,
"Flowers on the Roof: Charles E. Adams, Industrial Reformer," by Thomas A. Kinney, July•August 2001 (Volume 18/Number 4)
"Red Dawn in Cleveland: The 1919 May Day Riots," by John S. Bellamy, II, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)
"Teddy Vs. Taft: A Battle of Heavyweights," by Roger Pickenpaugh, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)
"The Industrial Hobarts: The First Fifty Years," by Peter C. Hobart and Michael W. Williams, October•December 2004 (Volume 21/Numbers 5-6)

PROHIBITION,
"Overlooked Accomplishments: Eliot Ness's Cleveland Years," by Paul W. Heimel, March•April 1998 (Volume 15/Number 2)
"Profits from Prohibition: Walter Kidder and the Hayner Distillery," by Michael W. Williams, October March•April 1999 (Volume 16/Number 2)
"Who Killed Harry Beasley? The Unsolved Murder of Newark's Hero Cop," by Jim Leeke, October•December 2004 (Volume 21/Numbers 5-6)
"King of the Bootleggers: The Rise and Fall of George Remus," by Michael W. Williams, July•September 2008 (Volume 25/Number 3)

PROJECT METEOR,
"Romick's Radical Rockets," by Frank H. Winter, March•April 2002 (Volume 19/Number 2)

Prokopowicz, Gerald J.,
"All for the Regiment: Creating the Army of the Ohio," July•August 2003 (Volume 20/Number 4)

PROPAGANDA,
"What Did You Do in the War? World War I Posters," by James K. Richards, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)

"Prophet Joseph in Ohio, The," by Donald L. Huber, November•December 1999 (Volume 16/Number 6)

PROPHET JOSEPH. See SMITH, JOSEPH, JR.

Prosser, Daniel,
"The New Deal Builds: Government Architecture during the New Deal," February•March 1992 (Volume 9/Number 1)
"The Hellenic Ideal: The Ohio Statehouse," July•August 1993 (Volume 10/Number 4)

PUBLIC ART. See ART and ARTISTS

PUBLIC HEALTH,
"Flowers on the Roof: Charles E. Adams, Industrial Reformer," by Thomas A. Kinney, July•August 2001 (Volume 18/Number 4)

PUBLIC LANDING (Cincinnati, Ohio),
"Sizing Up the Queen City: Frances Trollope and Harriet Martineau," by Lenora Hobbs, May•June 2004 (Volume 21/Number 3)

PUBLIC LIBRARY OF CINCINNATI and HAMILTON COUNTY, THE,
"The Cincinnati Panorama (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by M’Lissa Kesterman and Keith Kuhn, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)

PUBLIC MONUMENTS,
"A Monumental Battle on Public Square," by William C. Stark, January•February 2003 (Volume 20/Number 2)

"Public Science and Private Enterprise: Battling Ohio Valley Corn Viruses," by Christopher Cumo, May•June 1999 (Volume 16/Number 3)

PUBLIC SQUARE (Cleveland, Ohio),
"Public Square, Cleveland (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by Donald A. Hutslar, September•October 1993 (Volume 10/Number 5)
"A Monumental Battle on Public Square," by William C. Stark, January•February 2003 (Volume 20/Number 2)
"Red Dawn in Cleveland: The 1919 May Day Riots," by John S. Bellamy, II, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)
"The Harmonious Blacksmith of Chagrin Falls: Henry Church Jr.," by John E. Vacha, January•February 2004 (Volume 21/Number 1)
"Van Sweringen Enigma, The," by Herbert H. Harwood Jr., July•August 2004 (Volume 21/Number 4)
"Seven Coaches Painted Black: The Lincoln Funeral Train," by John Vacha, April•June 2009 (Volume 26/Number 2)

"Public Square, Cleveland (TIMELINE ALBUM)," by Donald A. Hutslar, September•October 1993 (Volume 10/Number 5)

PUBLIC UTILITIES,
"America's Best Mayor: Tom L. Johnson," by Melvin G. Holli, March•April 2002 (Volume 19/Number 2)

PUBLIC WORKS OF ART PROJECT (PWAP),
"Not by Bread Alone: Post Office Art of the New Deal," by Gerald Markowitz and Marlene Park,June•July 1989 (Volume 6/Number 3)

PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT (PWA),
"The Canvas Scraper: Ora Coltman," by Mary Haverstock and Ann Olszewski, January•February 2002 (Volume 19/Number 1)

PUBLISHERS and PUBLISHING,
"‘Murder in Little Chicago’: The Assassination of Publisher Don Mellett," by Jim Leeke, January•March 2009 (Volume 26/Number 1)

PULLMAN, GEORGE,
"‘I Wish Mark Was Here’: The Political Partnership of Mark Hanna and William McKinley," by Roy Morris Jr., October•December 2007 (Volume 24/Number 4)

PURCELL, JOHN BAPTIST,
"Sizing Up the Queen City: Frances Trollope and Harriet Martineau," by Lenora Hobbs, May•June 2004 (Volume 21/Number 3)

PURDUM, NELSON,
"Battlefield Ballots: The 1864 Presidential Election," by Fred Previts, October•December 2009 (Volume 26/Number 4)

PURE FOOD AND DRUG ACT (1906),
"For Man and Beast: Sloan's Liniment," by James Harvey Young, September•October 2001 (Volume 18/Number 5)

PURE MILK COMPANY,
"From Copper Kettle to Klondikes: The Isaly's Story," by Thomas E. Crowl, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

PUTNAM COUNTY (Ohio),
"Ohio's Woodlots: Oases in an Agricultural Landscape," by Michelle Crow-Dolby, November•December 1997 (Volume 14/Number 6)
"Ottawa's Necktie Quilt," by Roselia C. Deters Verhoff, November•December 2001 (Volume 18/Number 6)
"Firemen's Memorial," by Roselia C. Deters Verhoff, March•April 2004 (Volume 21/Number 2)

PUTNAM, FREDERICK WARD,
"Great Serpent," by Bradley T. Lepper, September•October 1998 (Volume 15/Number 5)

PUTNAM HOUSE. See Campus Martius Museum of the Northwest Territory (OHS).

PUTNAM, RUFUS,
"Campus Martius," by Donald A. Hutslar, January•February 2001 (Volume 18/Number 1)
"Hunger in a Land of Plenty: Marietta's Lean Years," by Reginald Horsman, January•February 2002 (Volume 19/Number 1)
"A French Village in Frontier Ohio," by Reginald Horsman, September•October 2003 (Volume 20/Number 5)

PWAP. See PUBLIC WORKS OF ART PROJECT

PWA. See PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT

PYTLAK, FRANK,
"The Heights of Ridiculousness," by Jack Kavanagh, March•April 1998 (Volume 15/Number 2)

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