UA. University Archives
Found in 201 Collections and/or Records:
Records of the College-Conservatory of Music Alumni Association including meeting minutes, miscellaneous pamphlets and publications of CCM and the alumni association, programs from performances and events, photographs of CCM events, correspondence about alumni events, constitutions of alumni associations, and financial information.
The collection contains programs and advertisements for shows performed on the Showboat Majestic by University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music students and graduates.
This collection consists of files of the Dean Office of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Service including reports on Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education, a proposal for an urban postsecondary demonstration laboratory, and press releases.
This collection spans 1878-1967 and contains commencement bulletins, programs, student rosters, and minutes of executive, financial, and stockholder's committee meetings.
Statistical surveys of collegiate enrollments covering the years 1931-1972. Surveys were conducted by Raymond Walters from 1931-1960, and by Garland Parker from 1961-1972. The records include the office files from the individuals conducting the surveys, preliminary surveys, and the final reports.
This collection consists of a 1988 report compiled by Cresap, a consulting firm hired by the University of Cincinnati to find ways to reduce costs. The collection also includes the responses of the University Librarian, the University Library faculty, and the Faculty Senate to the report along with other correspondence concerning the report.
This collection contains personal papers of Dorothy Stolzenbach Payne, and spans the years 1926-1989. Correspondence, personal and professional photographs, certificates, recital programs, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks are included in the collection.
This collection consists of the papers of Earle E. Eubank, Professor of Sociology at the University of Cincinnati. The papers include abstracts, manuscripts, notes, and articles by Eubank and his students on sociology and sociological theory and related topics including marriage, family life, social problems, economics, education, and religion.
Videotapes and CDs containing course material for Early Childhood Education Distance Learning Program
The papers of Eleanor M. Allen contain articles, photographs, correspondence, programs, and even Eleanor's own poems, which illustrate her life and work. There is also information about both CCM and the Cincinnati Ballet from the 1940s - 1980s.
The Francis H. Bird papers contain the papers of a faculty member and former dean of the University of Cincinnati's College of Business Administration. The collection includes material from Bird's involvement with the United Typothetae of America, and UC's program on British Industrial Management, along with correspondence, and photographs.
Records, 1923-1936, of a student musical comedy troupe at the University of Cincinnati. Materials include a history, scripts, correspondence, costume designs, musical scores, and programs.
This collection consists of both the personal and professional papers of George Barbour including correspondence, clippings, reprints of professional articles, diaries, field notebooks, lecture notebooks, teaching materials, and research notes.
This collection contains the papers of Grace Anna Fry, a former professor of education in the Teacher's College at the University of Cincinnati. The collection includes correspondence, course materials, and records of the Pi Theta honorary fraternity for the kindergarten profession and childhood education, the Cincinnati Kindergarten Alumnae Association, and the University of Cincinnati Kindergarten Students Club.
This collection contains various research material that Richert gathered for articles and classes. It includes syllabi for both undergraduate and graduate courses in the German language and German literature and culture during the 1970s and 1980s. The collection also contains drafts and final copies of several of his publications, and papers he presented at conferences.
This collection from the Paul I. Hoxworth Blood Center contains a variety of materials from 1978 to 1999. There are scrapbooks documenting the organization throughout the years, framed photographs of the Blood Center staff, and slide reels of public relations and educational presentations.
This collection contains Dr. Hugh B. Staples's notebooks for the teaching of James Joyce's Ulysses. The notebooks hold each page of the novel with his personal annotations and insertions of outside material.