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ABOUT THE PODCAST
"What Had Happened Was" is a podcast for Dayton, powered by Dayton.com. You won't believe the stories that come from right here. Host Amelia Robinson shares the best tales from the Gem City, Land of Funk and Birthplace of Aviation: Dayton, Ohio.
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Angie Hoschouer is the manager of Development and Marketing at Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum.
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The Woodland Cemetery chapel, photographed in 1898, covered in trumpet vines was completed in 1887. The WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES
A group of men lounge at the edge of a lake at Woodland Cemetery. Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum is one of the nation's oldest garden cemeteries. WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES
A group of men photographed in Woodland Cemetery in 1890. Family gatherings and picnics were popular in large park-like cemeteries. WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES