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Collection of professional papers, correspondence, project files, office records, clippings, printed architectural perspectives, sketches, photographs/slides,and other related materials of Benjamin Dombar, AIA and Associates.
The Don Heinrich Tolzmann German-Americana collection stretches from the nineteenth century to the present day, and ranges from newspapers to personal letters, census records, spelling books, and almanacs published in both English and German. There are also photographs of buildings, people, and landscapes, and a tourism guide to the United States.
This is a second accrual of Don Heinrich Tolzmann's papers. The collection contains published material about German Americans and includes information on German immigration to the United States, German Americans in the Civil War, German American gymnastics, the Turners and related topics. The material in the collection was published between 1831 and 2015.
Papers, 1940-1973, including files on religious, civic and political committees, and speeches of a Cincinnati civic activist and politician.
Papers, ca. 1940s-1974, including files on religious, civic and political issues, speeches, and newsclippings of a Cincinnati civic activist and politician.
Papers of a Cincinnati civic activist and politician, including speeches and campaign material.
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.
The collection consists of publications relating to cooperative education including the Journal of Cooperative Education (1964-2001), conference programs, and information from cooperative education programs from around the United States including the University of Cincinnati, Northeasterm University, Brigham Young University, and the American University.
This collection consists of documents from the personal and professional life of the Asbury and Knight families. Dr. Eslie Asbury was a prominent surgeon who graduated from the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine in the early 1900s. His son, Taylor Asbury followed in his footsteps and became a doctor. Dr. Arthur L. Knight was Eslie's father-in-law and was inspiration for Eslie in his medical career.
This collection features the academic, personal and professional history of Francis Mackay Hagins
This collection features the academic, military, personal and professional history of Raymond Suskind
Records of the Dry Dredgers, an amateur geological society
This collection of records of the Dry Dredgers contains newsletters, photographs, and miscellaneous communications, notes, and reports.
This collection contains documents related to the activities of the Dry Dredgers, an organization of amateur geologists in the Greater Cincinnati area. The collection holds photographs, notes, reports, newsletters, and many other documents from the Dry Dredgers founding in the 1940s through the early 21st century
A collection of ledgers from the Cincinnati Branch Tuberculosis (Dunham) Hospital
Books, correspondence, and miscellaneous items of a former UC student and Army veteran.
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.
Materials in this collection are associated with Eli Whitney Debevoise's work with the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ).
This collection of materials related to the Third Protestant Memorial Church (Previously Third German Protestant Church) includes church bulletins, hymnals, photos, correspondence, and the church's constitution and bylaws from 1967. The material in this collection was acquired by Elizabeth Hoff, a long time member of the church.
Materials relating to German author Wolfgang Hildesheimer collected by Elizabeth Petuchowski
This collection contains the personal papers of Cincinnati German-born composer, Emil Beyer. The papers contain correspondence from Europe and the US, family photos/scrapbook, and newspaper clippings. The collection also holds concert announcements.
Monthly statistics and reports for the Engineering Library, 1974-2007
This collection consists of illustrations from editions of Shakespeare's works, along with pamphlets, clippings, excerpts, criticism, almanacs, and various souvenirs on Shakespeare collected by Enoch T. Carson. A large portion of the collection concentrates on editions of Shakespeare edited by Charles Knight.
The archival collection of Esther Zocher Freese, a 1922 graduate of Bethesda School for Nurses, contains correspondence, photographs and publications relating to her nursing career and the school.