US. Urban Studies
The Urban Studies Collection documents the development of the city in 20th and 21st century America, particularly in Greater Cincinnati, which serves as a case study area. By providing a topical focus for the gathering of materials related to urban life, the collection furthers research into the process of urban life and culture. Collecting centers on politics, planning, housing, labor history, neighborhood change and activism, and the arts. In recent years, there has been an emphasis on the role of sports and leisure in the urban sphere, including the politics, economics and sociology of ballpark and arena construction, and the history and socio-cultural place of sport in American life.
Found in 115 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The records of Action Housing for Greater Cincinnati include files on specific projects, general files on neighborhoods and community organizations, meeting minutes, and financial records.
Overview Records including including minutes, financial information, articles, newsletters, office files, organizational material and publications.
Overview This collection of records of the Cincinnati Chapter of the ACLU contain publications and newsletters, office files, and other various chapter records.
Overview This collection contains records of the Cincinnati chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), including minutes, chapter newsletters, office files, chapter handbooks, organizational material, and ACLU publications.
Overview This collection of the records of the Southern Ohio Chapter of the American Society for Information Science contains financial reports, manuals, annual reports and directories for the organization.
Overview This collection of records of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning contains files on ACSP committees, brochures, conference materials, and awards.
Overview This collection consists of records of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning including meeting minutes, conference programs, and reports.
Overview The collection contains records of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) including meeting minutes, correspondence, conference programs, brochures, and committee materials. The records highlight issues like conference planning, production of ASCP brochures and guides, committee appointments, diversity in planning education, and tenure and promotion of planning educators.
Overview This collection contains financial records for the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning and correspondence with their accountants, Purvis, Gray and Company.
Overview This collection contains organizational materials, constitution and supporting materials, budgets, meeting minutes, reports, brochures, newsletters, proposals, surveys, correspondence, membership and accreditation information of a national association of higher education planning schools.
Overview This collection contains journals, newsletters, membership information, minutes, reports, budgets, and correspondence.
Overview This collection of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning records contains case studies, selected papers and abstracts from the 22nd Annual Conference, conference programs, constitution, agendas, and budgets.
Overview This collection consists of copies of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning's guides to undergraduate and graduate education in urban and regional planning. The guides include information on specific schools and the programs they offer.
Overview Papers of the Cincinnati City Council woman and first woman mayor of Cincinnati. Includes studies, reports, minutes of meetings, news articles, correspondence, legislation, programs & brochures, and campaign materials.
Overview Records of the Cincinnati Artists' Group Effort or C.A.G.E., includes artwork from the 1994 MAIL Art and More Art for More People Art Show. Also includes audio records produced by CAGE, correspondence, and a grant application.
Dates: 1981-1994; Majority of material found within 1994
Overview The Cincinnati Barbers' Union Local #49 records contains materials from Local #49 and from other barbers' unions. The minutes of Local #49 cover the years 1919-1923 and 1952-1967. The minutes contain information on the union's major goals and social activities, financial reports, audits, the union's by-laws, shop rules, and union price lists. The collection includes numerous photographs. Although photographs of the 1945 strike at the Terminal Barber shop are included in this section, most...
Overview This collection contains the records of the Journeymen Barbers, Hairdressers, and Cosmetologists' International Union of America, Local 49 (Cincinnati, Ohio). The records include photographs from events and conferences, by-laws of Local 49 and other barbers' unions, convention and meeting minutes, and ephemera such as membership cards, plaques, and seals.