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Local historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., and co-author of "The Classic Resaurants of Youngstown" serves up a heaping helping of anecdotes that didn't make it into the final manuscript.

Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., discusses the latest book he co-authored, "Classic Restaurants of Youngstown".

Classic Restaurants of Youngstown

Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., discusses the latest book he co-authored, "Classic Restaurants of Youngstown".

Discuss | April 29, 2014


Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., discusses how the "Memorable Meals" event came about.

Remembering Memorable Meals

Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., discusses how the "Memorable Meals" event came about.

Discuss | April 29, 2014


Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., recounts stories of Harry Meshel and the "Million Dollar Mansion".

Million Dollar Mansion Memoirs

Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., recounts stories of Harry Meshel and the "Million Dollar Mansion".

Discuss | April 29, 2014


Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., recounts his interview with Morris Levy.

Morris Levy

Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., recounts his interview with Morris Levy.

Discuss | April 29, 2014


Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., explains how food has shaped the ethnic identity of Youngstown residents.

Cuisine Community

Local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., explains how food has shaped the ethnic identity of Youngstown residents.

Discuss | April 29, 2014


In the case of the missing landmarks, local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., describes how historical landmarks continue to disappear throughout the city.

History Mystery

In the case of the missing landmarks, local author and historian Thomas G. Welsh, Ph.d., describes how historical landmarks continue to disappear throughout the city.

Discuss | April 29, 2014


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