UA. University Archives
Found in 201 Collections and/or Records:
The 925 Union was a workers union at the University of Cincinnati covering office staff and other similarly classed employees. The materials within the University Archives is varied and contains meeting minutes, correspondence, contract negotiation materials, and other such items. It also includes posters, promotional ephemera, publications, and audio/visual materials. It is a rich resource for the study of the history of the organization's UC chapter.
The 9 to 5 Union was a workers union at the University of Cincinnati which covered office staff and other similarly classed employees. The materials within this collection is varied and contains meeting minutes, correspondence, contract negotiation materials, and other such items. It also includes posters, promotional ephemera, publications, and audio/visual materials.
Records produced by an oral history project on black Cincinnatians in the 20th Century, including correspondence, tape recordings, transcripts, photograph albums, and a printed report.
This is a collection of memorabilia from the Alpha Delta Chapter of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority at the University of Cincinnati. The materials span from 1940 to 2001. The collection contains many plaques from various awards that the sorority received. The many scrapbooks hold pictures and newspaper clippings from many years of Alpha Chi Omega's existence at UC. There are also miscellaneous items, such as dance cards and trophies.
Minute books of Alpha Chi Omega alumni, scrapbook, sorority house bible, and architectural drawings.
The collection includes publications, including agreements, programs and reports, and campaign buttons.
This collection contains letters, manuscripts, newspaper, and magazine articles describing Anna Gilchrist Strong's visits to India, China, Australia, and New Zealand. The collection also contains some photographs and sketches.
The Annie Laws papers is a collection of papers documenting the work of Annie Laws in primary education and the dedication of memorials to her at the University of Cincinnati. The collection also contains material of the Cincinnati Kindergarten Alumni Association.
Papers, 1972-2002, of a faculty member of the Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati, including research materials, presentations, publications, course syllabi and descriptions, and miscellany.
Papers of Arthur T. Hamlin, former University Librarian at the University of Cincinnati including research on the library needs of faculty and students on campus and the work of a Library Committee appointed by UC's Provost. The collection also includes research on use of libraries in the United Kingdom.
Records of the University of Cincinnati's Association of Administrative and Professional Women (previously called the Association of Women Administrators and more recently named the Association of Academic, Administrative and Professional Women). This collection includes the group's constitution, reports, minutes, and newsletter.
An incomplete set of the newsletters of the Association for Women Administrators (previously the Association of Women Administrators and now the Association of Administrative and Professional Women) at the University of Cincinnati.
This collection contains booklets pertaining to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) including information on graduate education in planning.
Records of the University of Cincinnati's Association of Women Administrators (also called the Association for Women Administrators and later called the Association of Administrative and Professional Women) including photographs, minutes, handbooks, reports, and newsletters.
This collection contains records of the Association of Women Administrators (AWA) at the University of Cincinnati and includes correspondence, newsletters, membership lists, and meeting minutes. There are also advertisements for and photographs of events sponsored by the AWA.
This collection contains records of the Association of Women Administrators including correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, and membership lists.
This collection consists of the records of a search made of the University of Cincinnati's books in order to determine which books were stolen by Stephen Blumberg, a well-known book thief. The collection largely consists of lists and catalog records.
This collection consists of the papers of Dr. Carl Huether who helped to found the genetic counseling program.
The papers of Carl W. Blegen contain his correspondence with various scholars throughout the world in the fields of archaeology, classical studies, and other related areas including C.W. Mendell, Wilhelm Dorpfeld, Louis E. Lord, Nils-Gustaf Gejvall, and Axel Boethius. The collection also contains various documents related to his travels and writings, and his activities at the University of Cincinnati.
This collection from Children's International Summer Villages contains documents related to the formation of the Doris Twitchell Allen Village, as well as other materials related to the organization. It spans from 1951 to 1999, while some of the material is undated.
Miscellaneous records of the Cincinnati Kindergarten Alumnae Association including membership lists, meeting minutes, and pamphlets on kindergarten and nursery school education.
Board minutes, reports, printed material, notebooks of observations and computations, correspondence, news clippings, and photographs of the Cincinnati Observatory as part of the University of Cincinnati, 1842-1970. Also includes minutes of the Observatory Club.