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Celebrating the Stewart gift of 1749 Map of London
UC Libraries hosted a special reception in the Archives and Rare Books Library on April 22 to celebrate the installation of one of the most extraordinary urban maps in the Western world. For more information on the map and the reception, see the story on ARB Library's Blog.
City Engineer-Rapid Transit Collection
The University of Cincinnati Libraries were awarded a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant from the State Library of Ohio to digitize 8000 prints and negatives of the Cincinnati subway project and street improvements from the 1920s to the 1950s. This project has concluded. Visit the Subway and Street Improvments website for more information on the project. The images are now available for viewing through the UC Libraries' Digital Resource Commons.
The 53 monthly cards donated by Gaylord Oscar Shepherd Jr. to the Archives & Rare Books Library have all been digitized and are viewable in this web exhibit.
Nelson Hoffman’s postcards, ephemera, and research all offer a unique view into Cincinnati’s past.
We have digitized Cincinnati maps dating 1802-1929 and have made them available for research.
SimplyMap added to Urban Studies Resources
SimplyMap is a web-based mapping application that lets users quickly create professional-quality thematic maps and reports using demographic, business, and marketing data for the United States. Access it from our Urban Studies Resources page under "General Resources."
Coming soon in exhibits:
The Man of the Hour: William Howard Taft and the Presidential Election of 1908.
In the meantime, enjoy the 1908 campaign song, performed by CCM graduate students Albert Mühlböck and Brendan Emig, and recorded by CCM Associate Professor of Electonic Media Thomas Haines.