The UC Neil Armstrong Commemorative Archives contains photographs and documents, including correspondence, relating to his time at UC. Also view his 1949 flight log book, a lunar map, and more.
The Cooperative Engineer was published quarterly from 1921 to 1975 by the students and alumni of the College of Engineering, University of Cincinnati. It offers primary material on the college, the campus, and the City of Cincinnati; chronicles the advancement of engineering and industrial processes in the 20th century; and gives insight into student life and social customs of the time. Original materials are held at the UC Archives and Rare Books Library.
This exhibit brings together primary source materials and analysis on Joseph Baermann Strauss, an 1892 graduate (Civil Engineering) of the University of Cincinnati, and the chief engineer of the Golden Gate Bridge. This exhibit provides details and documentation on Strauss’ qualifications as a professional engineer, as well as his pivotal roles with the Golden Gate Bridge project.