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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.
Records, 1915-1988, of Panhellenic activities at UC, including rush publications, histories, and scrapbooks. The scrapbooks contain photographs, newsclippings, and reports of philanthropic activities.
Collection contains correspondence, materials on the history of the University of Cincinnati Department of Pharmacology and Cell Biophysics and its influential staff members during the collection period.
This collection consists of the morgue or death records for the years 1887 through 1930.
The collection consists of 15,126 original wills filed with the Hamilton County, Ohio Probate Court.
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 small collection contains some of the professional papers and photographs of Dr. Harold Hiatt, former professor of psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
This is a collection of papers from Harris Forusz. It contains newspaper clippings, maps, drafts of reports, and other miscellaneous materials pertaining to the rejuvenation of Over-the-Rhine, a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. The collection spans from 1959 to 1985.
A collection of papers documenting Harvey A. K. Whitney's professional career.
This collection contains two bound volumes of Heinrich Schroeder's personal papers. The papers contain various photographs and drawings of locations around Germany as well as newspaper clippings and personal writings.
Correspondence, memorabilia, and legal and religious documents of the Helmecke family, a family of German origin who lived in Cincinnati. The material documents the family's life in Germany, their immigration to the U.S., and their lives as German-Americans living in Cincinnati and then in Michigan.
The professional papers of Dr. Henry J. Heimlich, developer of the Heimlich maneuver.
Papers of Paul Herget, former director of the Cincinnati Observatory including correspondence, press releases, memorabilia, and news clippings related to his work and research at the Cincinnati Observatory.
Collection of architectural works by Rudolf (Rudy) Hermes.
Subject files, small archival collections, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous publications collected as part of the H.H. Fick German-Americana collection
Material written and collected by H.H. (Heinrich H.) Fick related to the German-American experience, teaching of the German language, and German-American literature.
Records of Housing Opportunities Made Equal including case files, correspondence, and various office files.
Professional papers of Howard Stafford, a University of Cincinnati geography professor.
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.
Records, 1968-1972, including files, minutes, correspondence, membership records, and material on political candidates.
Records, including files, minutes, correspondence, membership records, and material on political candidates.
International Brotherhood of Painters & Allied Trades. Local 308 (Cincinnati, Ohio) records, 1902-1967
The International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades, Local #308 (Cincinnati, Ohio) contains minutes, quarterly financial reports, roll call books, a defense fund ledger, and miscellaneous material from Local #308. The collection also includes records of District Council #12 including minutes, by-laws, reports, and a Strike Assessment Fund Report (1940).
Records of the University of Cincinnati (Radium) chapter of Iota Sigma Pi, a national honorary for women in chemistry, 1921-1987.
A collection of realia, awards, and books belonging to Ira A. Abrahamson, an ophthalmologist from Cincinnati.
Professional papers of former UC professor, Isay Balinkin.
This collection contains speeches, letters, and other materials relating to Schmidlapp's personal, business, and philanthropic interests. The collection includes material related to Schmidlapp's involvement in improving African-American housing in Cincinnati, his views on international finances and banking, his views and the views of other Cincinnatians of German descent on World War I, along with correspondence relating to interurban railroads, and the Panama Canal.
This collection consists of the papers of John J. and James B. McNamara, 20th century labor activists. The collection includes correspondence with American communists, labor leaders, and other important figures such as Clarence Darrow, Upton Sinclair, and Irving Stone. The collection also includes some correspondence of Robert McNamara, miscellaneous legal documents, magazine and newspaper clippings, and photographs taken by James B. McNamara while he was in San Quentin prison.
A collection of photographs and memorabilia from James Helmsworth.