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The collection contains papers of James C. Paradise centering on his work with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in the 1950s and 1960s. The collection primarily contains newspaper clippings and correspondence covering issues such as McCarthyism and fear of communists in the 1950s and 1960s, controversy over the book Lolita, an attempt to disbar James Paradise, attacks on the ACLU, and school desegregation.
This collection of Jayne Merkel's papers contains various files, publications, and articles dealing with architecture and urban planning in the Greater Cincinnati area.
This collection includes material from Jerry Springer's campaigns for Congress and Cincinnati City Council including campaign flyers, press releases, campaign research, and speeches.
This collection includes Jerry Springer's campaign material for Cincinnati City Council Campaigns and other campaigns that he worked on. The collection includes information on campaign fund raising, financing, campaign literature, and various other campaign advertisements.
Professional papers of a former director of public relations at the University of Cincinnati.
The collection consists of correspondence of John DeCamp while he was director of the University of Cincinnati's Public Relations.
This is a collection of books and papers of John Fleischman, a writer for various maganizines. It contains his own personal notes on Troy, as well as various books related to the subject. The collection also holds his pictures, both printed photographs and color slides. It includes materials that span the dates of 1942 to 2006.
Papers, 1959-1981, including personal and professional correspondence of a faculty member in the Department of English.
Collection of German-Americana ephemera collected by John Koegel. Some items were collected from a German-American Catholic family from Rochester, New York - the Riedman Family. There are a few items from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The collection includes concert programs, event tickets, newsletters, religious items, and postcards.
The professional papers of Dr. Josef Warkany, teratologist.
This collection contains collected material related to Joseph B. Strauss, a UC alumni and architect of the Golden Gate Bridge. The papers include orrespondence, personal information, business documents, and photographs. There are also various publications pertaining to Mr. Strauss' designs and bridges.
Kappa Omicron Nu. Omicron Alpha Theta Chapter (University of Cincinnati) and UC Home Economics Club records
Minutes and chapter handbooks of the University of Cincinnati chapter of the Kappa Omicron Nu honor society which was formerly that Omicron Nu honor society. The collection also includes minutes of other UC home economics clubs.
Papers of Karin Dayas, 1927-1973, including photographs and concert programs.
Papers, 1927-1973, including news clippings, articles, recital lists and programs, correspondence, and photographs.
This collection contains documents related to the activities of the Kennedy Heights Community Council and its affiliated organizations during the second half of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st. The collection also contains general information on the neighborhood of Kennedy Heights, as well as relevant correspondence.
This collection holds records of the Kennedy Heights Community Council from its beginnings in the mid-1960s through 2008. The collection contains newsletters, meeting minutes, photographs, reports and general information on the neighborhood, its schools, and its homes.
This collection holds the papers of Kenneth L. Spruce, a former UC student who was actively involved in affirmative action efforts on campus. The papers contain correspondence, awards, and reports by Spruce as well as his memoir.
The collection contains budgets, contracts, statistics, reports, and correspondence of the Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati.
A collection of scores and recordings of music by Leigh Harline including scores for various films, radio and serious compositions.
This collection contains the professional papers, notes, and memorabilia of Dr. Leland C. Clark.
This collections contains the professional papers of Dr. Leon Goldman, noted dermatologist and laser surgeon.
This small collection is made up of one letter written to Dr. Frederick Forchheimer, famed Cincinnati pediatrician, from Dr. James Reeves of Chattanooga, TN.
The collection is comprised of fifty-nine letters from Ambrose Bierce to Elizabeth (Lily) Walsh and Myles Walsh documenting the biographical details of the life of Ambrose Bierce. Typically, the letters are four pages each, and are signed by Bierce. They measure 5" x 8" and total approximately 240 pages.
Letters from Dr. William Henry Taylor written while he studied medicine in Vienna and Berlin in 1868-1869
This collection consists of documents relating to and plans for the community facilities building in Lincoln Heights, Ohio.
This collection consists of photographs, memorabilia, awards, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and a scrapbook documenting the personal life and professional career of Dr. Lucy Orintha Oxley, a beloved family medicine doctor and general practitioner in Cincinnati, Ohio. Lucy Oxley was the first African American to graduate from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1935.
The Estomin collection contains various mixed media and papers from documentarian, Lynn Estomin. The collection includes documentaries, music, interviews and personal research notes for her projects during the period of 1982-2017.
The papers of Maita Levine contain professional papers related to teaching and to her involvement with the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the University of Cincinnati Faculty Senate. The collection includes mathematics course information, speeches, AAUP and faculty senate committee material, and awards and certificates.
Papers of Marian and Donald Spencer, 1935-2016, including correspondence, awards, photographs, news clippings, and materials of Cincinnati, Ohio civil rights activists.