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The professional papers of Dr. Eugene Saenger with focus on the whole body radiation experiments conducted at the University of Cincinnati in the 1960s and 1970s.
This collection contains papers of former Cincinnati Mayor Eugene P. Ruehlmann dating from 1927 to 2013 along with some family papers.
Papers, 1956-1969, including professional papers, campaign records, Cincinnati City Council materials, correspondence, and files on a Cincinnati ballpark (Riverfront Stadium).
The family papers of the Fabing and Marting families and their corresponding genealogies. Of particular note are Dr. Howard D. Fabing and his wife Dr. Esther C. Marting-Fabing.
The collection contains annual reports for the school, statistical reports, plans, correspondence, and newspaper clippings related to the school between 1974 and 1988.
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.
This collection contains financial records of the Hamilton County Jail (cost books) from 1902 until 1927 and jail registers from 1834 until 1943. The jail registers include the prinsoner's name, date, offense, release date, and discharge information.
The First German Baptist Church records contain account books, ledger books, Sunday School records, correspondence, and minutes of meetings.
This collection contains the minutes of Forest Park's City Council and Zoning Board of Appeals.
The collection consists of the medical instruments, realia, and books primarily from Dr. Frank E. Detrick's medical office.
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.
All items in this collection are monthly calendar cards produced by the Strobridge Lithography Company, with the exception of one item which is not a calendar card but a commemorative one. The cards are cataloged according to month and year.
The collection of papers of Dr. George B. Barbour contains correspondence, photographs, a handmade cloth map, and handwritten notes dating 1934-1972, although some of the materials are undated.
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 of George B. Engberg's papers include files on A.A.U.P. collective bargaining, search committees, academic committees, etc.
This collection consists of photographs of tourist sites in Zurich and Paris and of damage to buildings and landscape in post-World War II Germany. The photos also show American soldiers at work and play.
The collection consists of the professional papers and corrspondence of George Acheson, M.D.
A collection of reprints written by George J. Heuer. Dr. Heuer was the one-time chair of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Department of Surgery.
The papers, 1920-1990 include literary, historical, and autobiographical writings.
Manuscripts and articles written by Gert Niers and Material collected by Gert Niers on various German-American writers.
This collection contains memorabilia of Gilbert Bettman, Jr. and his family including newspaper clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, certificates, gavels, and other documents and ephemera.
This collection contains correspondence, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, and records of Gilbert Bettman, Jr. from his years in high school, college, and his early career. There are also several items related to his father, Gilbert Bettman, Sr including correspondence, speeches, and papers.
Papers, 1848-1946, including scrapbooks, briefs, personal and business correspondence, speeches, and news releases of a Ohio Attorney General and Ohio Supreme Court Judge.
This collection consists of correspondence and travel journals of Gilbert Bettman. The letters are mostly written by Gilbert Bettman to his wife Iphigene and describe both his home life and professional activities. There are also letters from other family members including Alfred Bettman and a copy of a letter from Herbert Hoover.
The collection contains various papers, notes, and correspondence of Goldine C. Gleser.
A collection of photographs from Good Samaritan Hospital
Papers including photographs, scrapbooks, news clippings, correspondence, and concert programs of Giacinto, Albino and Romeo Gorno, who were all faculty members in the College of Music.