Last October, I posted about a project I had been working on with my hometown historical society. I wrote a grant to Ohio Humanities for six panels that would interpret the history of Stewart School, a late nineteenth-century one-room school from Stow, Ohio, recently saved and now in the process of restoration. I wrote the text and acquired the images for the panels, with the help of local historians Marilyn Lown and Beth Daugherty, and worked with a graphic designer on their design. They were displayed temporarily in the schoolhouse during the October Harvest Festival and will be installed on a more permanent basis once the restoration of the school house is complete. But I am excited that they are available to view on Stow Historical Society’s website, here, in the meantime!