1 Winter 1984 Annual Report 1984 Report of the President Annual Report Annual Meeting John Diehl President The Cincinnati Historical Society has enjoyed, in 1984, the best year in its more than a century and a half existence. Our financial condition is healthy. Individual membership has exceeded the 3,000-mark for thefirsttime. Business membership continues to grow in proportion. We are reaching more people and demonstrating our steadily growing usefulness to the community. Added growth makes our already critical space problem more acute. Much of the time of the Board is spent on the alleviation of this problem. In close harmony and cooperation with the Board of the Museum of Natural History, we are diligently exploring the possibilities of a Heritage Center, to be located in Union Terminal. This could be a marvelous asset to the community a brilliant jewel in the crown of the Queen City. CHS and CMNH would occupy the building, sharing certain common facilities. Each would preserve its separate identity. Each would solve its critical space problem. Resulting would be an even better Museum of Natural History, a completely adequate Historical Society Library and, in addition, a first class history museum that would present in a stimulating visual way the important, fascinating history of our area. And at the same time, we would preserve an architectural gem of national importance. If s an exciting prospect. Cincinnati has all the credentials to deserve such a Heritage Center. Its accomplishment involves a lot of money, but with the favorable climate generated by the approaching Bicentennial of the city, now, if ever, is the time that it can be done. We'll keep you posted on developments. On the following pages you will find detailed reports of the library, educational, collecting, social, and community service activities of the past year. I am sure you will agree that we have made excellent progress. Thank you sincerely for your continuing interest. President John Diehl called the 1984 Annual Meeting of The Cincinnati Historical Society to order at 8:23 p.m. on January 9, He asked the Director, Gale Peterson, to serve as secretary for the meeting and obtained the consent of the membership for dispensing with reading the Minutes of the previous meeting. Mr. Diehl provided a brief report on developments during the past year in which he noted that the Society's membership had surpassed 3,000 for thefirst time. The President then commented on the revised Constitution that was being submitted to the membership for ratification. The new Constitution had been approved by the Board of Trustees which recommended its approval, and the text was published and distributed to the membership with the Fall Newsletter. Mr. Diehl pointed to two major changes that the new Constitution would bring about: that of moving the Annual Meeting from January to the second week of October and that of limiting the tenure of trustees to three consecutive threeyear terms. Following a brief discussion, on a motion duly made and seconded the revised Constitution was unanimously adopted. Mr. Diehl asked Mr. Huenefeld for the report of the Nominating Committee for seven trustees to serve three year terms ending with the Annual Meeting in Mr. Huenefeld presented the nomination of David Bowen and the re-election of six present trustees: Robert H. Allen, Wallace T. Collett, J. Rawson Collins, Richard R. Deupree, Jr., Mrs. Elsie Warrington, and Mrs. John H. (Rosamond) Wulsin. There being no other nominations, a motion was made, seconded and passed directing the secretary to cast an unanimous ballot for the slate as read. There being no additional business the meeting was adjourned at 8:32 p.m. John Diehl was elected to the Board of Trustees in 1962 and has served the Society as its president since 1974.
2 9O Director's Report Gale E. Peterson Many issues critical to the future of The Cincinnati Historical Society were discussed and moved towards resolution in Final decisions were not made about whether the Society will attempt to complement its existing programs with a museum worthy of the city's history, so the Society continued along already familiar lines. The library remained a busy center of research and reference services, popular both with local students and distant scholars. During the year the library also made significant progress in implementing more adequate conservation and preservation programs. Membership continued to grow, and a variety of fund raising events and gallery openings infused the Society with new, and younger, blood. Most adversely affected by expiring governmental grants and decisions-held-in-abeyance were the Society's educational outreach programs. Redefining the long-term goals of the institution forced short-term curtailments in programs the Society believes in but presently cannot afford the personnel to continue. Of the many pieces of advances and setbacks that mark most any year in the life of a non-profit cultural institution, four developments stood out in First, the Society established an organizational framework that promises to help implement one of its most important objectives, that of more adequately serving Cincinnati's large and important black community. With special support from Dr. Halloway C. "Chuck" Sells and Trustee Dr. Ronald J. Temple, a Black History Archives Advisory Committee began to function meaningfully. A group responding to their initiative began to meet in Its participants seized an opportunity early in 1984 to sponsor a special exhibition at the Fourth Street History Gallery that marked the committee's debut both to the membership and to the community. Gradually over the next several months the group articulated its purposes, defined its organizational structure, and gained a sense of commitment. By the year's end, it had adopted a constitution and by-laws which the Society's board of trustees approved, enabling the Black History Archives Advisory Committee to be represented on the Society's board similar to the way in which the Women's Association has maintained liaison for twenty years. Moreover, a dues structure was established so that all members of the Queen City Heritage Society who wish to support the work of the black history group can contribute 5 above their regular membership contribution and become a member of this affiliated body. With this structure in place, the Black History Archives Advisory Committee can now set about its principal tasks, defined in its own statement of purpose as being: To maintain a working relationship with The Cincinnati Historical Society as a preserver and repository o Black History Archives. To facilitate a network of black organizations in the collection and preservation of black history in Cincinnati. To serve as a catalyst to improve the education on Black History of all Cincinnatians, specifically youth. To assist with fund raising projects, i. e., contact foundations and other funding bases for adequate resources in keeping with the policies and procedures of The Cincinnati Historical Society. To advise the administration of The Cincinnati Historical Society in the appointment of Blacks to its standing committees and to facilitate Black participation in all activities of the organization. A second group, also organized in 1984, builds on the Society's role of seeking to share accurate historical information about Greater Cincinnati with the general public, including new residents and visitors. This purpose led the Society to play a principal role in creating the self-guided "Queen City Tour" in 1969 and in re-routing and expanding the tour in Under the direction of Sue Redman-Rengstorf, in 1984 the first group of "urban docents" were trained to offer a variety of guided Gale E. Peterson, Director of the Society since 1978, received his M.A. and Ph.D. in history from the University of Maryland. Mrs. Elthel Anderson, a supervisor with Ohio National Cleaning greets photographer Roland Freeman at the opening of his exhibit, "Southern Roads/City Pavements" at the Fourth Street History Gallery. The Society's Black History Archives Advisory Committee helped sponsor an opening reception for the exhibition.
3 Winter 1984 Annual Report 1984 tour services. The program was designed to operate very similarly to an independent business, though staffed principally by volunteers. It provides an ideal way for people to combine their love of history, their enthusiasm for Cincinnati, and their commitment to the Cincinnati Historical Society into an enriching volunteer experience. After several weeks of focused study on the city's history and of training in how to develop tours for clients, these hardworking volunteers began to offer Cincinnati Heritage Tours to the community. By the end of the year a new volunteer class was being organized with an alternative training opportunity also available: that of developing the skill to present one or more illustrated lectures on Cincinnati history topics to audiences requesting a speaker from the Society. In developing both Cincinnati Heritage Speakers and Cincinnati Heritage Tours, the Society has broadened the range of volunteer opportunities available to its members while also enabling the institution to reach more people with programs on Cincinnati's history than the staff could neously, the Society applied to the National Endowment for ever accomplish. the Humanities for assistance with this large and costly A third activity initiated in 1984 that promises endeavor. If all goes well, in the local citizenry will have to produce important products is the Society's Bicentennial access to a marvelous compendium of local history that will Guide project. This effort seeks to produce a publication document the city at the time of its bicentennial. similar in scope and comprehensiveness to the WPAsponsored Cincinnati: A Guide to the Queen City and Its importance for the Society's future was the establishment of The fourth development that has special Neighbors, published in This book can occasionally "The 1788 Club" to recognize the Society's most generous be found in local used-and-rare book shops, but it is not benefactors. The Club is named in honor of the settlers of readily available to the general public. Yet few publications the city, as is indicated by the names of its component are as valuable to the library staff as it fields hundreds of "Pioneers," "Founders," and "Fort Washington" societies. reference questions each year or as the librarians help No vital, dynamic organization would trade hundreds of 25 researchers get started on a host of topics. The book has a members for a few large givers, but no non-profit can number of errors, but even more importantly nearly onefourth of the city's history has transpired since it was those blessed with significant resources. Such people are perform effectively without the financial commitment of published, and these years have been ones of enormous exceptional in any age and are few in any city. They can make change in the community. Suburban areas have blossomed, the difference between financial success and distress, between old inner-city neighborhoods have been variously destroyed programming excellence and mediocrity. Those special and rehabilitated, and much of the downtown business people who care thus about The Cincinnati Historical district has been torn down and rebuilt. Having published a Society are cherished friends. We now have in place a more handsome, highly illustrated overview of the city's history in suitable way to communicate our appreciation, to express 1982 with Cincinnati: The Queen City, which continues our gratitude. to sell well in its second printing, the Society elected to We hope the list of Club members will devote itself to publishing a more substantive work in time grow with the years, for the Society is a rare and fragile for the city's bicentennial in This ambition moved creation. It is a privately funded, membership-supported towards reality in 1984 with a gift of 50,000 from the research institution that seeks through its library, education Scripps-Howard Company that enabled the Society to programs and publications to serve all of the community employ a staff and to begin work. In September, Ted that makes up Greater Cincinnati and to remain a valuable Eversole and Deborah Overmyer, each Ph.D. recipients resource to that community of scholars who seek to understand and to write about our from the University of Cincinnati, began work. Simulta- past. During 1984 the Society launched "Cincinnati Heritage Tours," a volunteer-staffed tour service that promises to provide a valuable service to the community while earning income to support the Society's library and education programs.
4 92 Queen City Heritage Report of the Treasurer for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1984 Endowment Dollars in millions 4.0 Robert H. Allen Treasurer Receipts: Investment Income Membership Dues Individual Membership Dues Corporate Gifts and Grants City and County Grants Reproduction Fees and Services Sales Special Events Operating Transfers Miscellaneous Disbursements: Administrative Personnel Building Office Capital Acquisitions Development/Communications Professional Services Other Library/Collections Personnel Office Capital Acquisitions Preservation Professional Services Acquistions Other Programs Personnel Office Research and Publications Fourth Street History Gallery Metro History Fair Professional Services Membership Activities Other Total Disbursements Excess lncome/(deficit) Cash Balance, July 1, 1983 Total Cash Balance Less Interfund Transfer Net Cash Balance, June 30, 1984 'See Note 3. Notes on the Treasurer's Report 1. The Women's Association reported income of 6,881 and expenses of 5,617 that is not included in the report above. General Fund 270,234 98,335 30,475 29,073 29,117 7,864 33,027 34,340 2, Special Projects 132,098 24,927 60, ,338 (2,167) 275 Total 270,234 98,335 30, ,171 29,117 32,791 93, , , , ,553 s 112,879 36,791 24,426 _ 13,756 11,132 2, , ,826 4, ,109 2,738 5,995 2, ,501 s 42, ,525 8,180 3,111 9,300 1, , ,008 8,340 14,872 23,212 11,416* 11,796 1, , ,384 1,203 10,595 2,764 1,952 5,530 3,202 3,082 16, ,107 54,847 19,909 27,176 9,143 33,355 1, ,643 13, , , ,499 37,209 26, ,756 16,516 4, , ,590 6,946 6,244 4,311 5,820 22,494 2, ,608 97,825 20,170 66,701 17,323 36,466 10, ,643 14, , , During fiscal 1984 the following gifts of cash and securities were placed in the Endowment Fund: Sesquicentennial Challenge Grand Fund Drive 1788 Club- Fort Washington Society Gifts and Bequests Total 65,661 18,000 76, ,861 6/30 '77 '78 '79 '80 '81 '82 '83 '84 Market Value Book Value Investment Income Dollars in thousands I 50 25j 0. I miiii 1 mini '74 '75 '76 '77 '78 '79 '80 '81 '82 '83 '84 Membership Income Dollars in thousands : 1 '74 '75 '76 '77 '78 '79 '80 '81 '82 '83 '84 Corporate II Individual H 3. To eliminate a deficit accrued during fiscal years 1982 and 1983 in sponsoring the Fourth Street History Gallery and the Metro History Fair, on June 30, 1984, the Society transferred 11,416 from the General Fund and 25,000 from the Endowment Fund. These programs were financed out of current income during fiscal 1984 as specified in the Treasurer's Report.
5 Winter 1984 Community Development and Public Relations Sue S. Brunsman The Community Development office is responsible for promotion and marketing, communications, membership development, membership activities, and financial support programs. In cooperation with board and volunteer advisors on membership development, we identified the following priorities for 19 84: (i) The need to continue to provide interesting activities as a benefit of membership; (ii) The need to increase the number of individual/family and business memberships, and to broaden the membership base; (iii) The need to increase the level of support from present members and contributors; and (iv) The need to generate additional income through special events. Surveying the Society's accomplishments alongside these declared objectives, one may conclude that 1984 was a very good year. The following report gives some indication of the principal events and key personnel involved in achieving important progress through a variety of efforts. Though space limitation prevents acknowledgement of all who contributed to their success, committee members and patron contributors to special events are listed in greater detail in programs and newsletters that are published throughout the year. In addition to those membership activities scheduled by the development office, the Women's Association, headed by Mrs. James L. Elder (Frannie), and the Black History Archives Advisory Group, chaired by Dr. Halloway C. Sells, sponsored several interesting programs that have brought increased visibility and new constituencies to the Society. The Society is, above all, an association of people bound by a common appreciation for their rich heritage. A privately funded institution, it receives only minimal support from government and none from United Appeal or the Fine Arts Fund. Membership dues are vitally important, accounting for one-fourth of general operating income. A Corporate Advisory Committee, which was organized in under the direction of Trustee Thomas E. Huenefeld, assists and advises on communications with area businesses. At the recommendation of the committee, a special newsletter was created to report on business uses of the Society's collections and services. The four-page Annual Report newsletter was distributed to all members as a section in the summer edition of the Newsletter. In 1984 forty-six companies increased the level of membership dues; another thirty-two firms enrolled as new members. These gains also reflect the efforts of William N. Liggett and Gilbert Richards, who hosted receptions and tours of the library for present and prospective members. Two of the Society's membership goals for 1984 to increase the level of support from individual/family members and to properly recognize those people who made significant annual contributions were achieved by the introduction of an annual giving association, The 1788 Club. The name is a tribute to the spirit of the founders of Cincinnati (nee Losantiville) who landed at Yeatman's Cove on December 28, The Club is open to annual contributors of 500 or more. Life memberships are available in the Fort Washington Society with a lifetime gift of 15,000 or provision for a bequest of 25,000. Membership Chairman Mrs. Charles Fleischmann (Blair) convened a steering committee for The 1788 Club, composed of Robert H. Allen, John Diehl, Mrs. Elsie Warrington, and Mrs. John Wulsin (Rosamond). They enrolled thirty-one charter members in Gifts to the Fort Washington Society are placed in the Society's endowment fund, while income from Founders ( 1,000 per annum) and Pioneers ( 5 00) goes to the general fund. As the city prepares to celebrate its bicentennial in 198 8, demands upon the Society's resources and expertise have increased dramatically. We believe that The 1788 Club membership will provide a vital support group to assist the Society in meeting its long term educational and community service obligations. When the development office was established in 1979, the Society had a roster of 1,600 members; the number has increased steadily ever since. In 1984 a special effort was made to reach such relatively untapped markets as young married couples and singles who are new to Greater Cincinnati. With 485 new members the Society achieved a net gain of 245 and topped 3,000 for the first time. Numerous individuals also joined the Society as a result of their participation in the volunteer committees that planned the Court House Riot exhibition party in March, the fall auction, and the Cincinnati Heritage Tours volunteer program. Four fund raising events held in netted a total of 5 7,000 for special projects such as the Fourth Street History Gallery, the Metro History Fair, and the general fund, while simultaneously providing enjoyable social Sue S. Brunsman, who holds an M.A. in history from the University of Cincinnati, joined the staff of the Society in 1979.
6 94 occasions for the more than i,000 attendees. Of these, the November auction evening has quickly emerged, financially at least, as the most important. In two brief years it has become an "established tradition," and boasts a loyal core of volunteer workers. The success of the Society's special fund raising events during the past two years has been due, in large part, to the enthusiastic volunteers who worked for many months to promote attendance and to secure donations of "Trips, Treasures and Trifles" for the auction and food and drinks for gallery openings. The majority of these volunteers are young people who are themselves relatively new to the Society. They have helped to revitalize the institution's fund raising activities in a way that has produced not only financial reward, but also a heightened presence for the Society in the Greater Cincinnati community. The Society is grateful for their enthusiasm and is also indebted to the many other loyal supporters who through their membership have long demonstrated their understanding of the importance of the Society's programs and the extent of its needs. Queen City Heritage Community Development 1984 Calendar January 11 Annual Meeting of the Society. President John Diehl conducted the meeting in which the following trustees were reelected to the board: Frank G. Davis, John Diehl, Robert M. Galbraith III, Thomas E. Huenefeld, Louis Nippert, Dr. Warner A. Peck, Jr., and William S. Rowe. Dr. Compton Allyn, Associate Professor of Management, Northern Kentucky University, presented an illustrated lecture, "Contradicting the Conservative Myth: Progressive Businessmen in Cincinnati's Gilded Era." Mrs. Harry Hoffman chaired the dinner party for members that preceded the meeting. February 1 Fourth Street History Gallery. The exhibition, "Southern Roads, City Pavements: Photographs of Black Americans," by the noted photographer Roland Freeman, opened with a reception for the artist. The exhibition and reception were co-sponsored by the Black History Archives Group of The Cincinnati Historical Society, The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center Project of the Ohio Historical Society, and The Miller Brewing Company. Special gifts from the Clopay Corporation and the First National Bank of Cincinnati aided the Society with the costs of installing the exhibition. March 17, 24, 31 and April 7 Mini-course. Dr. Roger Fortin, Professor of American History and Dean, Edgecliff College of Xavier University, taught "America in 1984: Orwell's World or Ours?" 22 Women's Association. Meeting at the Society with a program by architectural historian Elisabeth Tuttle. 28 Fourth Street History Gallery. "Days of Dread: The Hamilton County Court House Riot of 1884," curated by Steven W. Plattner, opened with a party chaired by Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge Mark P. Painter. Guests enjoyed music by Jim Casey and His Friends, food by Grammer's Restaurant and Avril's Meats, and Hudepohl's Christian Moerlein beer. April 19 Women's Association. Mrs. George Fabe (Jody), a historical geographer whose guided tours have become a tradition with the Women's Association, conducted a bus trip to Louisville, Kentucky. The second annual auction of "Trips, Treasures and Trifles" raised more than 50,000 for the Society. Jim Tarbell assisted auctioneer Gene Gaines in the oral auction that followed dinner at the Omni/Netherland Plaza. President John Diehl and Trustee Blair Fleischmann greet Mrs. Henry Goodyear at a Sunday brunch in May to honor members of the newly formed "1788 Club:'
7 Winter 1984 May 3 Special Event. Metro History Fair Awards Dinner. Following preliminary competitions on March 1 o and March 17, which included more than 1,050 students, and a final fair on April 7, students, parents, teachers, and supporters gathered at the Society for the presentation of awards and cash prizes. Dr. Henry R. Winkler, retiring president of the University of Cincinnati, provided an after dinner address on the subject, "Teaching History Today." 5, 12 Mini-course. Historic preservation in Greater Cincinnati was the subject of a lecture and discussion course planned for the Society by architectural historian Rita Walsh. 20 Special Event. The 1788 Club, an organization established to honor individuals whose annual membership dues are 5 00 or more, held its inaugural meeting, a spring brunch, at the Society. Mrs. Charles Fleischmann (Blair) was chairman of the day. 24 Women's Association. This year's annual meeting, a picnic luncheon, was held at Mt. Airy Forest. George Case, Hamilton County Park Board forester, spoke on the development of the parklands. June 2 5 Special Membership Event. Anastasia Sillett, Restaurant Sales Manager for The Heidelberg Distributing Company, conducted a "tasting" of white wines for more than 125 new members of the Society. Mrs. Michael Gehrig (Barbara) and Cedric W. Vogel chaired the party. 26 Excursion. A Society party sailed from England aboard a Royal Cruise Line ship that took them to seven Scandinavian and northern European countries. Society President John Diehl and his wife, Jane, accompanied the tour group. August 2 5 Special Event. Along with other Eden Park cultural institutions, the Society welcomed visitors from communities across the city to "A Day in Eden." CHS guests viewed videotapes pertaining to the histories of some of Cincinnati's neighborhoods. September 6 Special Event. A party for "Trips, Treasures and Trifles" volunteers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Beddie featured an elegant fashion show by Shillito Rikes. Christine Schoonover and Janet Block assisted with the arrangements. 12 Fall Dinner Meeting. Dr. Susan S. Kissel, Associate Professor of English, Northern Kentucky University, presented an illustrated lecture on women artists and Annual Report writers in Greater Cincinnati history. Mrs. Robert Gerdes and Mrs. Robert Hater chaired the dinner and cocktail reception. 2 5 Women's Association. Daniel Hurley, CHS Education Coordinator, gave an illustrated lecture concerning the Union Terminal's famous murals in a meeting held at the Society. October 9 History Course. Daniel Hurley taught a course, "Cincinnati: The Queen City." More than sixty-seven of the Society's members enrolled in the ten-week course surveying the city's history. 12 Fourth Street History Gallery. An exhibition of architectural drawings from CHS collections opened in conjunction with the Second Annual East Fourth Street Cultural Chow Line, a progressive dinner party designed to introduce newcomers to downtown cultural institutions. Sue Brunsman and Thomas Martin represented the Society. Cindy Cline and Scott Gampfer curated the exhibit titled, "Building Cincinnati: Residential Architecture, " November 11 Special Event. Auction preview party at the Society. John T. Lawrence, Jr. played selections for piano. Mrs. Richard D. Fleming (Joyce) was chairman of the highly successful preview exhibit and party. 16 Special Fund Raising Event. "Trips, Treasures and Trifles II," an auction evening for the benefit of the Society, at the Omni/Netherland Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Eberhard were general chairmen; Mrs. Christine Schoonover, vice chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Ruehlmann, solicitation chairmen; Ms. Sue Brunsman and Mrs. Marvin Schwartz (Betsy), auction coordinators. The Society's library and education programs benefited by more than 5 0,000 from the event. December 28 Special Event. A Cincinnati Birthday Party at the Westin Hotel celebrated the 196th anniversary of the founding of Cincinnati and the ninetieth birthday of Trustee Emeritus Frederick A. Hauck. Mayor Charles Luken and CHS President John Diehl spoke at a public ceremony prior to the formal dinner. Dr. Charles M. Barrett, chairman of the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, was master of ceremonies for post-dinner birthday toasts to Mr. Hauck. Additional speakers were Hon. Robert A. Tart II, Mary Purcell Heller, John J. Schiff, Frederick L. Payne, Priscilla Petty, Dr. Richard T. Schneider, Dr. Gary C. Ness, and E. Allen Elliott. Dr. and Mrs. Warner A. Peck, Jr. were chairmen of the event.
8 96 Education Department Daniel I. Hurley The education program created at The Cincinnati Historical Society between 1978 and 1983 grew out of both the strengths and needs of the total institution. The Historical Society's primary need was an effective outreach program and increased visibility in the community. Some programs begun during this period, like the Cincinnati Neighborhood Studies Program and the Cincinnati Metro History Fair, taught a wider variety of adults and students to use the collections of the Society to interpret the history of their own families and communities. Programming for commercial television and exhibits at the Fourth Street History Gallery, on the other hand, translated the information in the collections into formats accessible to a larger number of people. These innovative outreach programs made the Society a visible presence in the meeting rooms of neighborhood centers, in the lobbies of downtown office towers, in area classrooms, and in the living rooms of hundreds of thousands of Greater Cincinnatians. By 1984, however, the needs of the Society were changing. Increasingly the institution looked towards the development of a museum. As the Society began reordering its priorities during the year, some of the earlier outreach education programs had to be curtailed. Although most of the recently developed programs functioned in 1984, several were eliminated as the year progressed and the Society prepared for restructuring. Fourth Street History Gallery During 1984 the Society mounted four major exhibits at its Fourth Street History Gallery. The first two exhibits helped commemorate important celebrations of the city's past, while the last two featured materials from a major new collection in the Society's library. The first exhibit opened on February 1 in honor of the annual celebration of Afro-American history. "Southern Roads/City Pavements: Photographs of Black Americans" featured 107 photographs by Roland Freeman. The newly formed Black History Archives Advisory Group worked with the Society to mount this exhibit which toured Ohio under the auspices of the National Afro-American Museum and Culture Project of the Ohio Historical Society. The well attended exhibit opening welcomed Roland Queen City Heritage Freeman, who came from his home in Baltimore, Maryland, as guest of honor. On March 28, the 100th anniversary of the Courthouse Riots, the second major exhibit, "Days of Dread: The Hamilton County Court House Riot of 18 84," opened. Researched and designed by curator of photographs Steve Plattner, this exhibit examined the events during one of the worst weeks in the city's history. No other exhibit sponsored by the Historical Society in the Fourth Street History Gallery drew as much media attention as the "Days of Dread." The Enquirer devoted most of its front page on the Sunday preceding the opening to the events examined in the exhibit, while both WKRC-TV and WCPO-TV produced multiple stories around the exhibit. In addition, the spring issue of Queen City Heritage featured a more detailed treatment of the riot based on information researched in planning the exhibit. In the second half of the year, the gallery featured two exhibits designed to give the visitor a glimpse of the newly processed architectural drawings collection of the Historical Society. The first exhibit, "Building Cincinnati: Downtown Architecture ," highlighted commercial buildings in Cincinnati designed by James McLaughlin, Harry Hake, Sr., and Thomas Lamb. The buildings in the exhibit spanned the creation of the modern skyscraper which transformed the design and engineering of modern commercial architecture. In addition to drawings for buildings that were built, one set of drawings in the show detailed plans developed by Hake for a proposed railroad terminal and yards on the riverfront fronting on Third and Vine streets. The second exhibit, "Building Cincinnati: Residential Architecture, ," presented plans for four types of residential architecture: mansions, apartment houses, single family homes, and low income housing projects. These plans represented the work of seven architects. Through these two exhibits the public could study the work of some of Cincinnati's most important architects. In addition, those with a special interest in architectural history became aware of a rich new historical resource available in the library. Between the two architectural exhibits, the gallery showcased a special presentation of student drawings of the Union Terminal imaginatively converted into a heritage center for the Historical Society and Museum of Natural History. The Society mounted this exhibit in cooperation with the School of Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Cincinnati. These speculative After several years of high school teaching, Daniel Hurley, ABD from the College of William and Mary, became the Society's education coordinator in 1978.
9 Winter 1984 sketches and models teased the visitor's imagination about a possibility that the two cultural institutions were actively exploring. Cincinnati Metro History Fair In March and April The Cincinnati Historical Society sponsored the third annual Cincinnati Metro History Fair. Forty teachers from twenty-five different schools sent 1,0 5 o students to this year's Fair. At three regional and one final fair 128 adults representing area universities, schools, and community organizations read student papers, examined exhibits, and evaluated live performances. Through the generous support of the Women's Association of The Cincinnati Historical Society and the National Organization of Women the winners received substantial cash awards. For the second consecutive year, the Safeco Insurance Company awarded a 1,000 scholarship to the student with the best overall project. Lisa Wendell of Our Mother of Mercy High School won the grand prize for her slide show, "Looking Good Sedamsville." Despite the success and popularity of this program, the Historical Society cut back its commitment for the history fair. During the final two years of the program, only generous grants from the Ohio Humanities Council made the program financially possible, and that agency could not fund the program in the future. In addition, the tremendous influx of students created by the program put the human and documentary resources of the Historical Society under unreasonable pressure. The Society elected to emphasize participation in the National History Day program during the school year but hopes to work with other institutions in the area to continue the program. Television Work The Historical Society continued to cooperate with WKRC-TV in the production of weekly news segments featuring local history. These segments, which now number over 150, serve several purposes. First, they are an excellent educational vehicle through which a broad general public can learn about local history. Second, they provide a superb public relations format to promote other programs of the Historical Society, such as exhibits at the Fourth Street History Gallery, speakers sponsored by the Society, and articles in Queen City Heritage. Finally, they allow the Historical Society to assist other organizations in the city Annual Report bring attention to their work and the contributions they have made to the citizens of Cincinnati. For example, a segment on William Howard Taft helped inform more than 2 5 0,000 viewers of a video tape produced by the William Howard Taft Birthplace which premiered at the Historical Society in March. A two-part series focusing on the development of the machine tool industry in Cincinnati aired in conjunction with Cincinnati Milacron's centennial celebration. In May, the Historic Conservation Office of the City of Cincinnati announced publication of its new Cincinnati Old House Handbook through the "History Expert" series. Segments on the history of Loveland coincided with the opening of that community's new museum, while the Natural History Museum's new Fossil Hall in the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History was first seen by the public through this series. Cincinnati Heritage Tours The most significant new program under the supervision of the education department is Cincinnati Heritage Tours. Thirteen volunteer guides spentfive months in intensive training and took a leading role in developing the Society's own tour company. In April the company began conducting bus and van tours of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for out-of-town groups and for local organizations and companies. The guides also devised and led special tours in conjunction with the commercial architecture exhibit and as part of a city wide festival, "A Day in Eden'' in Eden Park. Based on the initial success of the Cincinnati Heritage Tours during 1984, the Society took steps to expand the program in During the fall, sixty-five people enrolled in a ten week course on Cincinnati history. From that group, thirteen elected to enter a special training course for tour guides. Seven others began training as public speakers for a new service, Cincinnati Heritage Speakers. Over the past six years the education department focused on developing an effective outreach program for adults and school children. As the Historical Society moves forward in developing a museum program as part of a proposed Heritage Center, the department must turn its attention to developing equally effective programming in connection with a museum exhibition program. The immediate challenge will be to maintain, albeit at a reduced level, the best of the outreach programs created over the last six years while formulating a sound, museum-based education program that will enable of The Cincinnati Historical Society to serve the community even more effectively. More than 1,000 area junior and senior high school students participated in the third annual Cincinnati Metro History Fair program.
10 The Library Laura L. Chace Reference Service In 1984 the library continued to serve three groups: amateur historians interested in the history of their home, community or business; genealogists; and professional historians and students of history from the junior high school through the graduate level. One-tenth of the 5,600 users who visited the library came from beyond a fifty-mile radius of the city and represented thirty-five states, the District of Columbia, and four European countries. Of those, one-fourth of the users residing outside of the Greater Cincinnati area were from Ohio. In previous years, responding to reference correspondence took precedence over other library activities. This year, as implementation of more ambitious conservation and cataloging programs made possible by the Sesquicentennial Challenge Grant appropriations began, it was necessary to achieve a more equitable balance between reference service, cataloging, and conservation. Form letters, which substantially reduce the amount of time devoted to correspondence, refer correspondents to standard reference works containing answers to their questions, to genealogical searchers who have the time and mobility to check area libraries and governmental records for family information, and to other libraries and agencies having more pertinent information about a topic. Brochures provide answers to repetitive questions. A research fee of 20 per hour is charged to non-society members residing beyond the tri-state area. Since July 1, when these procedures began, the staff has disposed of three-fifths of the letters received by referral or by supplying brochures and information sheets. Cataloging and Processing Collections Assisted by volunteers, work-study students, and special project personnel, the library tackled its ubiquitous backlog of cataloging and processing work, bringing up-to-date the author, subject, and title catalog entries for articles in journals devoted to the history of metropolitan Cincinnati and Ohio; reorganizing the subject listing and content of the newspaper clipping collection; reducing by half the backlog of books to be cataloged; cleaning and arranging an item collection of lantern slides; and processing the extensive George Rosenthal collection of negatives and Queen City Heritage photoprints of the city's West End. Manuscript collections processed during the past year and now available for research use are described at the end of this report. Through the years the library has processed its larger and more historically valuable and unique collections with the financial assistance of public and private agencies. Arrangement of the architectural records collection, one of the largest and most complex processing projects ever undertaken by the library, was partially funded by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Processing and microfilming was completed in July after three years. Containing the work of nineteenth and twentieth century Cincinnati architects, the collection includes office files and 26,000 drawings, three-fourths of which are from the Harry Hake firm, in business from 1897 to 1979 and responsible for the designs of many of the city's public buildings. The register, catalog record entries, and a microfiche copy of the collection will be available to researchers by June In March the Library received a 23,000 grant from the Research Resources program of the National Endowment for the Humanities to process and create a microfiche user copy of the Daniel J. Ransohoff photograph collection of 26,000 negatives. The librarian prepared an application to The State Library of Ohio for a Library Services and Construction Act grant to convert records for the book and periodical collections to machine-readable form. Because Ohio's LSCA program is being restructured to more appropriately reflect federal program priorities, the Society was unable to submit its application in In 1985 the library hopes to implement this vital cataloging program and will seek funding for cataloging staff and contracted services. Laura L. Chace, the Society's Frederick A. Hauck Librarian, obtained her Master's degree in library science from the University of Michigan. In 1972 she left her position as a branch librarian with the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County to become the Society's head librarian. With the assistance of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the library staff began to organize the Daniel J. Ransohoff Collection of more than 26,000 photographs documenting local socio-economic conditions between 1934 and 1981.
11 Winter 1984 Refinement in computer technology has enabled cataloging projects to assume a wider dimension. Conversion of cataloging information to machine-readable form is the first step in making descriptive information about a library's collection available, via computer terminal, to individuals and organizations beyond the library's building. The incentive for this project is not only the desire to make the card catalog a more reliable and usable listing of this library's materials, but to participate in national databases now available in most area public, university, and special libraries, and in a local database being developed which will serve many high school libraries as well. The librarian selected the book and periodical collections, the easiest materials to convert, for the "pilot project" to provide the experience necessary to deal efficiently with the more complicated manuscript, pamphlet, and photograph collections. Preservation and Conservation Program This year the library accomplished one of its primary goals of the last decade by establishing an in-house conservation program to treat deteriorating manuscript and printed works. The personnel who became proficient in microfilming and encapsulation techniques during the Architectural Records Project, have been assigned to this program and are learning to repair single documents and bound volumes at the University of Cincinnati Library's Conservation and Binding Department. Sesquicentennial Challenge Grant appropriations provided mending equipment, supplies, and storage cases. Although the library will continue to send periodical volumes and some books to a commercial bindery, it is now possible to give special attention to rare books, manuscripts, maps, and pamphlets; to microfilm newspapers; and to preserve, on film, information in other works on paper too brittle to be bound or repaired. Annual Report m Exhibitions Three exhibitions at the Society's Fourth Street History Gallery were curated by library personnel. "Days of Dread: The Hamilton County Court House Riot of 1884," commemorated the 100th anniversary of Cincinnati's worst civil disturbance, the Court House Riot, and featured photographs from the collections as well as portraits, loaned by the Cincinnati Enquirer, of personalities involved in the precipitating Berner murder trial and subsequent riot. Two architectural drawing exhibitions, "Building Cincinnati: Downtown Architecture, " and "Building Cincinnati: Residential Architecture, ," were mounted, respectively, from July 13 September 26 and October 12 January 1. In addition, the library loaned seventy-five World War I and II posters to the Ohio Foundation on the Arts for its Statewide Arts Services program. They will be exhibited throughout the state during the next two years. 1.j^ A. Barbara J. Dawson, recipient of a M.A. degree in history from Miami University and a M.L.S. degree from Indiana University, joined the Society's staff in 1984 as the assistant reference librarian. Cindy Cline and Scott Gampfer repair book spines and construct pamphlet cases in the library's new conservation department.
12 Donors to the Library's Collections Art and Artifacts Allyn, Compton: Stereopticon projector with case and holder, ca Baldwin Piano and Organ Company: Bausch & Lomb "Balopticon" opaque projector with accessories. Baumann, Ruth: Advertising sketches and art work for the Baldwin Piano Company, Frisch's Restaurants, and Potter Shoe Company designed and drawn by Arthur H. Graefenhan, commercial artist. Campbell, Mrs. Gordon: Mirror with frame carved by Frank Brendamour. Cincinnati Art Museum: Bottles from the Herancourt, Bellevue, Lion, John Hauck, Wetterer, and Christian Moerlein breweries. Clem, Raymond: Bottles, "J.C. Meinhardt and Bro., Cincinnati, O." and "The Cincinnati Soda Water & Ginger Ale Co." Daniell, Mr. and Mrs. F.D., Sr.: Souvenir tokens, "Wright & Sons Stamp Co., Opera Place, Cincinnati," and "1939 Electrical Progress Exposition." Dunfey Hotels, Inc.: Commemorative plate, 10" china, marking the grand reopening of the Netherland Plaza Hotel, December 13, Rudolph Tschudi ( ), View of Burnet Woods, Gift of Loretta Tschudi Freeland and Roberta F. Wagner. Queen City Heritage Eustis, Mrs. George W.: A large collection of memorabilia pertaining to the Breneman, Stone, Swift, Eustis, and related families including clothing, dolls, doll clothes and trunk, and cuckoo clock, ca Ficks, Mrs. Gerald: oil on canvas, portrait of Stuart Sutphin, by Edward Fern. Foote, Thomas T.: Bottle, "Clifton Heights Pharmacy." Freeland, Loretta Tschudi: oil on board, Ohio River from Walnut Hills, by Rudolph Tschudi. Freeland, Loretta Tschudi and Wagner, Barbara F.: oil on canvas, Entrance to Burnet Woods on Clifton Avenue, by Rudolph Tschudi. Geiser, James W.: Scale model of the "Virginia" steamship, constructed by James Hafner, Hart, Eleanor Lee: oil on canvas, portrait of Caroline Margaretta Burnet Neff; oil on canvas, portrait of Peter Rudolph Neff, by Ira Condit Denise. Hunt, Grace: watercolor, Old McMicken, by Emma Mendenhall. Hurley, Daniel: posters, Adventure Galley II: Ohio River Flatboat Project; Cincinnati City Hall Open House, December 6, Kehoe, Robert: prints and pencil sketch, untitled, by Benjamin Miller. Kennedy, Dorothea: Cigar boxtop, "Blaine Club Bouquet." Lenzer, Charles: Silver trophy, "NCTV Silver Jubilee, June 16, Second Prize Won by the West Cincinnati Turnverein Junior Relay Team." Luneborg, Judith Robinson: Grey and white wool sweater, Franklin High School. Miami Purchase Association: Banner commemorating the International Exhibition at Philadelphia, 1876; souvenir badge, 8th Cincinnati Industrial Exposition, 1880; William Henry Harrison campaign ribbon depicting his cabin at North Bend, Ohio. Mosbacher, Mrs. J.R.: Fountain Square, by Caroline Williams. (Reproduction) Olson, Mrs. R.L.: Union flag with thirteen stars, six red stripes andfivewhite stripes. Petrilli, Vincent M.: United States flag with forty-two stars manufactured by the Pettibone Company, ca Pitman, Melrose: Silver and copper trays decorated by Benn Pitman. Porter, Harry T.: World War I Women's Army Corps uniforms, with accessories, belonging to Catherine McCallum Porter and Mary McCallum Porter. Richmond, Verona M.: Wooden gavel with attached plate engraved "Longworth Home Globe Wrecking Co." Rickshafer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert: Antique Wiedemann Beer advertising sign. Riggs, Ida Mae: lithographs, Court House Riot of Rowley, Louise A.: oil on canvas, portrait of Mary Shillito Neff, by John LaVelle, 1940; oil on canvas, portrait of Colonel Robert Wallace; oil on canvas, portrait of Jane Eliza Sterret Wallace. Schlueter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert: engravings from the Cincinnati Illustrated News, Grand Exposition Number, August 21,1886 and Grand Holiday Number, Christmas, Sciarra, June Hug: Ribbons and medals pertaining to the Central and American Turners societies. Stall, Mrs. Frank: io" silver plate marked "Queen City Silver Co;" lithograph, portrait of Ira D. Washburn. Stewart, Arlene: Crosley model 66TA cabinet radio. Todd, Mrs. Samuel P., Jr.: Joseph Gesfs surveyor's tripod and transit. Vaughn, Benjamin: Link chains, with hooks, ca. 18oo's. Verkamp, Mary T.: Furniture, including a Renaissance bed, chests of drawers, mirrors, and a small carved table, ca Wagner, Barbara F.: oil on board, The Roses, by Rudolph Tschudi. Wagner, Barbara E: see also Freeland, Loretta Tschudi. Walker, Margaret: Graduation dress worn by Marie M. Hildebrant, White, Robin H.: style plate for Bruce & Co., Cincinnati, ca Williams, Charles M.: Silver cup, "Commercial Club Annual Dinner October 30, 1897 Pres. McKinley Guest of Honor;" commemorative medal honoring the 75 th anniversary of the Indian Hill Rangers, Yerkes, Doug: Wooden planers, ca Young, Edward H.: Cross-stitch sampler made by Susanna Horn, October 11, Young, Mrs. Eugene W.: Ohio automobile license plates, 1911 and 1912; paper weight depicting the Carew Tower and St. Nicholas Plaza, 1931.
13 Winter 1984 Printed Works Aeschbacher, William D.: periodicals, issues of Agricultural History, History News, Journal of the West, and Western Historical Quarterly, Allen, Robert H.: books, Central Riverfront Study: Preliminary Report, April 1961; Programs Relevant to Urban Problems: Interim Phase I Report (1968); Visiting Committee Report: Vine School (1970); Visiting Committee Report: Withrow High School (1969); pamphlet, The Literary Club: Memorial Resolutions, Anonymous donors: books, Cincinnati in Wort und Bild, by Max Burgheim; The Frontiersman, by Allan W. Eckert; Williams' Cincinnati Directory, 1903; ephemera, Menu from Les Palmiers Restaurant, Union Terminal; leaflets pertaining to Cincinnati area companies; Cincinnati Composers' Guild Program, November 16, 1984; pamphlets, Cincinnati Riverfront Development Plan; Cincinnati Union Terminal; the Belvedere; St. Pauls' Church Mart; The History of One Line of the Gedneys, ; Graduation Exercises of Walnut Hills High School, Woodward High School, Hughes High School (1927); Program from the 1 oth Anniversary Post-Corbett Awards, November 5, 1984; Riverbend Music Center at Coney Island: 1984 Inaugural Season; newspaper, Millcreek Valley News, vol ( ); periodicals, Bulletin of the Cincinnati Historical Society, ; The Formican, April/May Asbury, Eslie: book, Both Sides of the River, by Eslie Asbury. Babbs, Dorothy A.: newspaper clippings pertaining to Cincinnati area buildings, institutions, businesses, residents, and suburbs, May-December, Babbs, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P.: pamphlets pertaining to St. Peter's Church, ; periodical, Cincinnati Horizons, April Baily, Dorothy C.: newspaper, The Union, August 13,1942. Bauer, Alice: pamphlet, Dedication: United States Post Office and Court House (1939). Benning, Mrs. Paul: periodicals, Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, December 14, 1861, April 5, September 13, 27, 1862; Harper's Weekly, May 14, Blackwell, J. Kenneth: pamphlet, Dedication of the New City Hall, May 13, Boone County Public Library: periodical, Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol ( ). Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. David: books, The Beat of the Drum and the Whoop of the Dance: A Biography of Joseph Henry Sharp, by Forest Fenn; Robert Henri: Painter, by the Delaware Art Museum; exhibition catalogue, James Ray Hopkins, Ohio Artist, Boyer, Mrs. Byron E.: book, Historical Collections of Ohio, by Henry Howe (vol. I, 1900). Brown, Mrs. Audley H.: pamphlet, Thomas Ambrose. Brunsman, Sue S.: leaflet, First Day of Issue Ceremony, Historic Preservation Postal Card Honoring Cincinnati Music Hall, May 12, 1978; pamphlet Cincinnati Photographs (album and calendar), by Marty Milligan; Trees for Cincinnati: A Proposal for a City Forester and Urban Forestry Division. Chace, Laura L.: leaflets, Easy Living Downtown: Two Garfield Place; The Penthouses: Two Garfield Place; Two Garfield Place. Charter Research Institute: book, Queen City Almanac, by The Charter Research Institute (1983)- Annual Report 1984 Chicago Historical Society: book, Leisure Time Needs and Resources of the Jewish Community in Cincinnati, by Helen R. Jeter (1941). City of Cincinnati, Department of Neighborhood Housing and Conservation: leaflet, Queensgate II Redevelopment Area Housing Lottery, December Cincinnati Business and Professional Women's Club: pamphlet, The Greater Cincinnati Directory of Women in Business and the Professions, 1984, by the Club. Cincinnati Federation of Teachers: clippings, Teacher Union Wants Tougher Grading (Cincinnati Post, June 5, 1984); Schools (Cincinnati Enquirer editorial, June 10, 1984). Cincinnati Milacron: books, Cincinnati Milacron, : Finding Better Ways; As You Like It, or So Shall Our City Be (1964); Education and Industry at Work for Progress (1956). Clark, Nancy: newspaper, The Home Circle, vol. 1, no. 3 (July 1902). Clark, Raymond H.: periodical, Die Glocke, vol. 42, no. 48 (May 29, 1898). Clark, Roger W.: book, Chronicles of the Clark Family, vol. 2, by Roger W. Clark. Clevenger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles: clipping, Old Girls Town Tunnels Closed Off (Cincinnati Enquirer, December 13, 1981). Coen, R.N.: book, Coen: Six Generations in America, by R.N. Coen. College of Mount St. Joseph: pamphlets, The Gwynne Building; The Enquirer Building; newspaper, The Frank A. Schmidt Co. Souvenir Magazine (Cincinnati Enquirer supplement, January 27, 1924)- Collett, Wallace T: book, Brighten the Day: Collected Stories and Poems, by Mary Tibbals Collett. Cronin, John F.: clippings pertaining to the Arabian Pipe Line (Cincinnati Enquirer, February 21, 1948). Daniell, Mr. and Mrs. ED.: clipping pertaining to the Cincinnati Industrial Research Foundation/ Center (USA Today, December 21, 1984); pamphlet, Bethesda Hospital and Deaconess Association Annual Report, Daniell, William W.: pamphlets, Kings Island Fun Guide (1980); Kings Island Summer, 1981; Armstrong Chapel (1982). Daughters of the American Revolution, Western Reserve Chapter, Genealogical Research Committee: book, Records of the Pioneer Association of Whitewater and Miami Valley, Elizabethtown, Ohio, , Index. Diehl, John A.: books, Notes on United States Economic History, vol. 1( ), by Herbert F. Koch; Six Generations of LaRues and Allied Families, by Otis M. Mather; periodicals, Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio ( ); Indiana History Bulletin (1957); The Old Northwest ( ). Diehl, Mrs. John A.: sheet music, Exposition March and Two Step: Dedicated to the Fall Festival, Dorsey, J.W.: pamphlet, A Photographic Story of the Flood in the Ohio Valley, January Empire Press: periodical, Military History (August 1984)- Engbersen, Karen: books and periodical issues relating to woodworking and woodworking machinery, sales catalogues and price lists of machinery manufactured by the Fay & Egan Company and of machinery sold by Fay & Egan from the library of Clarence G. Engbersen. Fey, Louis G.: ephemera, Coney Island boat tickets, "First Annual Outing of the Fairview Civic League, Wednesday, 20 July, 1927." Fifth-Third Bancorp: pamphlet, 1983 Annual Report Fifth-Third Bancorp. Finelli, Mary T: book, The Historical Origins and Development of Travelers Aid-International Institute and Its Present Functions Including the Teaching of English as a Second Language, by Mary T. Finelli (dissertation, 1983). Finn, Fanchon: newspaper clippings pertaining to Ohio mills and covered bridges. Fleischmann, Charles: pamphlet, Riverbend Music Center at Coney Island: 1984 Inaugural Season; clipping, City on a Human Scale: Cincinnati, Ohio, by William Darley (Country Life, April 26, 1979)- Gillespie, Mrs. John R.: book, The Cincinnati Union Terminal: Pictorial History. Glen Manor Home for the Jewish Aged: book, History of the Glen Manor Home for the Jewish Aged, by Irene L. Schwartz Goldstein, Adele L.: book, Cincinnati, Past & Present, ed. by Benjamin E Klein; maps, Cincinnati Retail Business District: Occupancy Survey; Nathan Nirenstein's National Occupancy Map of the Cincinnati Business/Downtown Area; clippings, Topside at the Terminal (Cincinnati Enquirer, November 12, 1967); Cincinnati Enquirer Dixie Terminal supplement, October Hamblet, John: periodical, New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 135,(1981). Harkness, Claire: clipping, Painter Celebrates 80th Birthday (The Advocate Summer Guide, September 8, 1983). Hart, Eleanor Lee: book, Ohio Art and Artists, by Edna Maria Clark; leaflet, Dedication of Memorial Window: Covenant-First Presbyterian Church- December 15, 1944; pamphlet, Colonel Sidney Denise Maxwell; clipping, Rites for Mrs. Maxwell (Cincinnati Post). Hauck, Frederick A.: pamphlet, Why We Need Our Brooklyn Bridges, by John H. Wiedman (1983). Headley, Mrs. James: clipping, Cincinati's One- Armed Burglar: Hero Is Revealed by Theft (Cincinnati Times-Star, March 4,1937). Herschede, Mrs. Mark P.: books, Cincinnati Society Blue Book (1879); Conestoga Six-Horse Bell Teams of Eastern Pennsylvania, by John Omwake (1930); Cincinnati Past and Present (1872); The Higleys and Their Ancestry, by Mary Coffin Johnson (1892); The Omwakes of Indian Spring Farm (1926); Rogers: Some Descendants of Giles Rogers, by Hopewell L. Rogers (1940); Proceedings in Congress Upon the Acceptance of the Statue of Oliver P. Morton, Presented by the State of Indiana (1900). Hill, Thomas C: books, Friends Miami Monthly Meeting Centennial: Waynesville, Ohio (1903); Book of Discipline of the Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting Religious Society of Friends (1978). Hodges, Graham R.: clipping, A Reception at the Art Museum, Cincinnati, drawn by Small and Pape (Harpers Weekly, n.d.). Hospital Care Corporation: pamphlet, We're Changing to Meet Your Needs: 1983 Business Report to Our Customers. Hugo, William E: pamphlet, Celebrate 200 Years of American Methodism: Methodist Church in Madeira, by St. Paul United Methodist Church (1984). Hymans, Edgar: book, Lithography in Cincinnati, parti, by Benjamin Klein.
14 Indiana Historical Society: book, An Introduction to the Prehistory of Indiana, by James H. Kellar; pamphlet, The Blymer Iron Works Company 3 oth Annual Edition: Catalogue of Sorghum and Sugar Cane Mills & Evaporators (1889)- Irwin, Miriam O.: pamphlet, Tribute to the Arts: National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts, 12th Annual National House Party, July 26-29, 1984, Cincinnati, Ohio. James N. Gamble Institute of Medicine: pamphlets, The Christ Hospital Annual Report, 1975; James N. Gamble Institute of Medical Research: 1984; periodical, Christ Hospital Serving, vol. 13, no. 4 (Spring 1984)- Kenrich, Mr. and Mrs. John: books, Atlas of Ohio and the United States (1868); Illustrated Atlas of the Upper Ohio Valley (1877). Kenton County Historical Society: book, 1860 Census Index for Kenton County, Kentucky, compiled by Dorothy L. Wieck. Kenton County Public Library: book, The Enquirer Manual and Political Register, 1869; ephemera, cooking and recipe books issued by the Samuel Ach Company and the Kroger Food Foundation. Kesse, Erich J.: ephemera, Queen City Metro passes December 1983-March Klensch, Charles (Estate): books, The Annual: West Night School (191 o-1912); Membership Directory: Cincinnati Association of Credit Men ( , ); Who's Who in Credit in Greater Cincinnati: Membership Directory of the Cincinnati Association of Credit Men, ( , ); Rotary Club of Cincinnati 1944; Williams' Cincinnati Directory ( , 1938, 1959); Williams' Hamilton County Directory ( o), Cincinnati Suburban Directory (1959), Cincinnati (Hamilton County, Ohio) Directory (1969); Williams' Covington & Vicinity City Directory (1959); Williams' Newport (Campbell County, Kentucky) City Directory (1959); Who's Who in America (1968); Bankers Club of Cincinnati (1947; i960; 1963); clippings, Bankers Club Has 10 Years at the Top (Cincinnati Enquirer, November 6, 1981); broadside, The Bankers Club of Cincinnati: Members 5 th May, Kline, Daniel L.: leaflet, Departmental History: Department of Physiology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, by Daniel L. Kline. Langsam, Walter C: pamphlet, Light the Way to 88, Dedication Program of the Official Lighting of the Julia E. Langsam Lights, September 3, 1984; Dr. Raymond Walters, ;leaflets, Departmental History: Department of Physiology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, by Daniel L. Kline; memorials: tributes by the Queen City Optimists Club, Dr. William Arthur Altemeier, ; Harold Blacker, ; Robert B. Hollister, Lewis, Dottie L.: book, Beyond the Question of Cost, by William K. Woods and Edward Burdell (1983); pamphlets pertaining to the University of Cincinnati. Lindenschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.: book, Art Work in Cincinnati (1898). Lisi Press: book, Our French-Canadian Ancestors, by Thomas J. LaForest (1984). Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum: book, Lincoln and the Constitution: The Dictatorship Question Reconsidered, by Herman Belz(i984> Low, Mrs. Tab: book, Cincinnati, the Queen City of the West (1895). McCloskey, Patrick: Materials for a History of St. John the Baptist Province, IV, by John B. Wuest (1983). Queen City Heritage Macht, Carol: pamphlet, 800 Broadway. Maynard, Robert W. and William B.: book, History of the Maynard, Mauer and Related Families, by William Benz Maynard (1984). Maze, Mrs. George: books, The Story of Rachel Wilson: the Autobiography of Elizabeth Pilson Maze; microfiche editions of The Buffam Family in Rhode Island, by David Buffam (ci 890) and The Pratt Family (ci 889). Melvin, Myrtle: pamphlet, Opening and Dedication of the New City Hall of the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, May 13 th, 1893: Programme. Miller, Mrs. Floyd: ephemera, Christmas card, Miller, Zane L.: pamphlet, History and the Politics of Community Change in Cincinnati, by Zane L. Miller (1983). Montessori Learning Center: pamphlet, 100 Years of Cincinnati Children, a 1984 pictorial calendar, by the Center. Montgomery Community Baptist Church: book, A History of the Montgomery Community Baptist Church, by Dorothy C. Brueggemann. Nagel, Mrs. William S.: pamphlet, Cincinnati's Historic Properties (1984); serial, Directory of Living Graduates, series IV, vol. 2 (May 1920), University of Cincinnati; periodical, The Catholic Women's News, vol. I, no. 1 (April 1925). New York Genealogical and Biographical Society: book, Genealogical Data from New York Administration Bonds, Newton, Jim: ephemera, advertisement for "Dr. Wright 3 s Tar Soap... A Reliable Medicine... Sold by All Druggists in Cincinnati." Nixon, R.H.: book, The Nixon-Ellison Genealogy (supplement). Ohio Credit Union League: book, A Fifty Year Headstart on Tomorrow, by the League. (1984). Ohio Genealogical Society, Hamilton County Chapter: periodical, The Tracer, vol. 5, no. 3 (June 1984). Ohio Historical Society: book, "United in Purposed A Chronological History of the Ohio AFL-CIO, ,^ Raymond Boryczka. Ohio Office of Travel and Tourism: pamphlet, Ohio Getaway Travel Planner (1984). Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission: pamphlet, ORANSCO, Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting of Friends and Wilmington Yearly Meeting of Friends: books, Minutes of Business Sessions, Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting of Friends ( ); Minutes of Indiana Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, General Conference( )^History of Indiana Yearly Meeting, by Seth E. Furnas, Sr. (1968). Overmyer, Deborah: clippings concerning Quakers, in the Cincinnati area, ( ). Palmer, Marion D.: clipping, Final Lincoln Visit Paid 70 Years Ago. (Cincinnati Post, February 8, Payne, Frederick L.: pamphlet, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Dedication: April 8, 1984 Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. Richard: book, Biographical Encyclopedia of Ohio of the 19th Century (1876). Peterson, Gale E.: books, Fifty Treasures of the Dayton Art Institute (1969); periodical, History News. Pitman, Melrose and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome: The Manual of Phonography, by Benn Pitman and Jerome Howard (1894). Procter & Gamble: book, E.G. Harness Speaks to Procter & Gamble Management (1984). Raschig, Robert H.: clippings relating to Heinrich Herman Julius Raschig, ca ). Riga, Tom: pamphlet, The Daylight Building: A Modern Structure. Ross, George E: book, Memory Pictures, by Harriet Langdon Williams (1908). Ruttle, Angela S.: ephemera, a dairy and milk permit issued to C.C. Allen by the Cincinnati Board of Health, Sand, Robert G.: clipping, Valley, 100 Years Ago (Valley Courier, September 24-October 18, 1879). Sells, Halloway, see Temple, Ronald. Shepherd, Mrs. Ronald D.: books, The College Club of Cincinnati, List of Members (1981, 1982); Seven Hills Schools, Student Directory ; pamphlets, Procter & Gamble Company, Annual Report, 1984; Seventh Presbyterian Church In Cincinnati, Directory, ; Cincinnati Club, Fifty Years of Service, ; Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Annual Report, 1983; Building Bridges for Future Cincinnatians: Ways to Use The Greater Cincinnati Foundation; newsletters, East Walnut Hills Communique, October 1984; Hyde Park Living, February, April, September, October 1984; Hyde Park Neighborhood Council Newsletter, September 1984; League for Animal Welfare Newsletter, December 1983; Newsletter of the University Club (n.d.). Simpkinson, Ewart: book, Cincinnatus: George Washington and the Enlightenment, by Garry Wills (1984)- Slade, Robert K.: broadsheet, Historical Highlights: Clermont County, Ohio (1980); lyrics, Pioneers of Progress, by Robert K. Slade.
15 Winter 1984 Annual Report Smithsonian Institution: books, Mr. Sully, Portrait Painter, by Monroe H. Fabian; Robert Cornelius: Portraits from the Dawn of Photography, by William F. Stapp; pamphlet, Smithsonian Year: Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution for the Year Ended September 30, State Library of Ohio: book, 1984 Directory of Ohio Libraries. Steinle, John: book, Picturesque Cincinnati, by the John Shillito Company (1883). Temple, Ronald and Sells, Halloway: book, Southern Roads/City Pavements, by Roland L. Freeman (1981). Thomson, Doris S.: periodical, Ancestors Unlimited, vol. 5, nos. 2-4; vol. 6, nos Trapp, Kenneth R.: article, Arts and Crafts Furniture: Shop of the Crafters at Cincinnati; books, Cincinnati Newspapers as a Source of Folklore Themes, , by Hilda Webb (dissertation, 1975); Richardson, the Architect and the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce Building (1914); leaflet, Reflections: A Gala Benefit for the Cincinnati Art Museum (1983); periodical, Crockery & Glass Journal, 1874/ (microfilm). Vance, Jack: ephemera, circular for "Bruck's Hi % Beer." Vanwelde, Armand: book, Histoire du Patronyme "Welden," by A.L. Vanwelde (1983). Virginia State Library: books, Virginia Legislative Petitions: Bibliography, Calendar and Abstracts from Original Sources, 6 May, June, 1782(1984); A Hornbook of Virginia History (1983). Vonderahe, Thomas A.: pamphlets, Cincinnati to Charleston via the Ohio and Great Kanawha Rivers; Book of the Charter Centennial Civic Festival of Cincinnati (1919). Washington, Michael: book, The Black Struggle for Desegregated Quality Education: Cincinnati, Ohio (dissertation, 1984). Weber, Dorothy S.: book, The Lord Was My Client, by Edward J. Schulte. Wilmington Yearly Meeting of Friends, see Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting of Friends. Windsor Publications: book, Cincinnati Savoir Fair (1984). Withrow High School Graduating Class of 1934: pamphlets, A 1984 Directory for the Fiftieth Reunion of the Class of 1934 Withrow High School; Whatever Happened to the Class of 1934???? The Woman's Art Club: The Woman's Art Club: 92nd Year, Young & Klein, Inc.: book, The Best of Cincinnati (1971). Zilberberg, Sanford: periodical, The Numismatist, August Photographs Adams, Mrs. Franklin: Picture postcards of Cincinnati area scenes. Anonymous donor: Picture postcards, "Cincinnati Suburban Views." Badgett, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H.: Picture postcards of William Howard Taft visiting the Panama Canal. Bauer, Alice: Photoprints, views of the interior of the old Federal Building and Post Office, Cincinnati, Ohio. Bean, Wilma Covalt: Photoprint of the historical marker beside St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Terrace Park, Ohio. Berauer, Mr. and Mrs. Clem: Picture postcards of area scenes. Brown, Mrs. Audley H.: Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Riker. Caton, Walter: Photoprint of the lithograph "Fighting McCooks Civil War," inscribed "James S. Royer, 1923." Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company: Panoramic view of the Cincinnati waterfront, ca Clifton Heights/Fairview Welfare Association: Picture postcards of area scenes with glitter accents. Community Chest of Cincinnati and Hamilton County: Lantern slides depicting aspects of social work, ca Daniell, Mr. and Mrs. F.D., Sr.: Picture postcards of area scenes. Durrell, Mrs. Richard H.: Portraits of the Richard T. Durrell family. Docter, Louise: Negatives of paintings by John Casper Wild. Dorsey, J.W.: Photoprint of Fountain Square, ca BUILDING CINCINNATI: Residential Architecture 'v-.i~jl--x. Finn, Fanchon: Photoprints and negatives of covered bridges and rural scenes in southern Ohio. First Congregational Church: Group photoprint, "Faculty and Class, Cincinnati College of Medicine & Surgery, 1894." Fleischmann, Charles: Portrait of Hannah Rauh. Friends of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County: Picture postcards of Cincinnati area scenes. Gardner, Mrs. Thomas C: Photoprint, view of the Mohawk Bridge, Cincinnati. German-American Citizen's League: Videotape and printed program of the Mayor David Ziegler Celebration, November 30, Gillespie, Mrs. John R.: Photoprints of phases of constructiojrof Union Terminal (100 items); photoprints of the Grand Opera House and its replacement, the Grand Theater, 1940 (18 items). Glaser, Mr. and Mrs. John M.: Photoprints of the steamships "Gordon C. Greene" and "Cape Girardeau," and of the Rudolph Wurlitzer home, Cincinnati. Goepper, Daniel J.: Album, "Central Branch, National Military Home, Montgomery County, Ohio." Gordon, Stephen: Mounted snapshot of the Moorman House, East Walnut Hills, Cincinnati. Hart, Eleanor Lee: Portraits of Eleanor Denise Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Maxwell. Herrington, Mrs. W.L.: Picture postcards of area scenes and institutions, ca Hogan, Thomas, III: Photoprint of the Dixie Selden portrait of Mary Emery. Kenton County Public Library: Picture postcards of area scenes. Kneiple, H.L.: Mounted photoprints depicting a children's fair, school rooms, and children. OCTOBER 12-JHiUAiY 1 IN CLQPAY LOBBY Scott Gampfer and Cindy Cline, members of the Library staff who processed the Society's rich collection of architectural records, also curated two popular exhibitions for the Fourth Street History Gallery on "Building Cincinnati"
16 104 Queen City Heritage Konechek, Steve: Picture postcards of area scenes and buildings. Lamping, Florence: Photoprints of World War I soldiers from the Cincinnati area. Lowe, Mrs. Bruce: Photoprints of Cincinnati area scenes, institutions, and families, many by Oscar F. Shepard of Madeira, Ohio. Luneborg, Judith R.: Photoprint of the Franklin School baseball team, ca MacMillan, Mrs. Alex: Photoprints of the 1937 Ohio River flood showing Dayton and Bellevue, Kentucky. Manley, Robert E.: Photoprints showing the intersection of Madison Road and Torrence Parkway and the demolition of the Eighth Street viaduct. Mitchell, Mae: Photoprint of the opening of William Howard Taft Boulevard. Parlin, Mrs. John A.: Picture postcards of Cincinnati area scenes. Peck, Warner A., Jr.: Slides relating to the history of St. Mary's Hospital (171 items). Ramsey, Olivia James: Photoprints of James E. Murdoch and his family and of an unidentified couple. Ransohoff, Daniel ].: Lantern slides, color transparencies, and black and white negatives depicting Cincinnati social conditions. (Addition) Rappaport, Mr. and Mrs. Milton: Photoprints of Mt. Adams, downtown Cincinnati, and "The Walnut Hills Business Men." Riga, Tom: Picture postcards of the Daylight Building, Wareham Drive, Cincinnati. San Bernardino County Library (California): Carte-de-visite of an unidentified man, by Porter's Gallery, Cincinnati. Smith, Gary: Photoprint (color) of the "Island Queen." Sprang, C. Austin: Photoprints (albumen) of the Mitchell Avenue Tunnel, Cincinnati, Stall, Mrs. Frank: Photoprint "Office of Ira D. Washburn, Auditor (January 1, 1912)." State Historical Society of Missouri: Cabinet portraits by Skewes and Watson Studios, Cincinnati. Switzer, Mrs. William: Mounted photoprint of the construction of the Eden Park reservoir. Trapp, Kenneth R.: Lantern slides of Cincinnati area scenes and events. Turner Construction Company: Placards of buildings constructed by the Ferro Concrete Construction Company. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.: Glass plate negatives of Spring Grove Cemetery, ca Weaver, Dorothy A.: Photoprint of the Vanduzen & Tift/Buckeye Bell & Brass Foundry building, 102 and 104 East Second Street, ca Wilmar Antiques: Portraits, unidentified subjects. Wisenberg, Arlene: Stereopticon slides, ca o, by the L.M. Prince Company. Ziegel, Mrs. Kenneth F: Picture postcards of Cincinnati area scenes and of the "Island Queen." More than 400 guests attended a preview party on March 28 to view an exhibition at the Fourth Street History Gallery commemorating the centennial of the Court House Riot, Cincinnati's worst outbreak of violence. Archives and Manuscripts Allen, Robert H.: Meeting minutes, press releases, memorandums pertaining to the Cincinnatus Association's interest in the development of the central riverfront, the proposed historical park and the "symbolon," 1961; address, "Is Cincinnati a Racial Tinderbox?" delivered February 8, 1966 before the Cincinnatus Association. Anderson, Karen, see Sharpless, Frances Anning, Jack: Letter, Richard G. Ford to Jack Anning pertaining to Captain George W. Ford. Anonymous donor: Papers relating to Swift Connor, James Taylor, and the Mahoney families, Arnold, Mrs. Richard M.: Genealogical notes about the Clark and Looker families. Ashland College Library: Pew book from the Mill Street Chapel. Boylan, Peter J.: Certificates for two grave sites in the German-Protestant Churchyard in Walnut Hills. Bracken, H. Wayne: Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings ca. 191 o-1913, compiled by Edwin Bergmeier. Brockman, C. Frank: "Ancestors, Descendants and Close Family Relationships of Christian Frank Brockman and Lyda Carolyn (Brockman) Robinson," by C. Frank Brockman. (Typescript) Brodbeck, Robert: Westwood Civic Association records. (Addition) Brokaw, Polly: Newsletters, pamphlets, newspaper clippings relating to the anti-nuclear movement. Burgess, C.H.: Letters written by James H. Burgess to his wife, Easter Jane Pearce Burgess, Burress, Marjorie B.: Information pertaining to historical markers in North Bend and Cleves, Ohio, relating to the Harrison and Symmes families. Chace, Laura L.: College Hill Forum records, (Addition) Cincinnati City Council: Resolution in memory of the 1 ooth anniversary of the death of Joseph Bunker. (Copy) Cincinnati Environmental Advisory Committee: Records, October-November Cincinnati Milacron: Cincinnati Community Development Company records, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History: "A Message from the President," Federated Garden Clubs of Cincinnati and Vicinity, Coleman, E. Pope: The Cincinnati Institute records, Corell, Earl: Records concerning Cincinnati area Vietnam Veterans and the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, Cronin, John F.: Biography of the Babbitt brothers. (Photocopy) Diehl, John A.: Genealogical information pertaining to Jonathan and Rebecca Pitman; papers read before meetings of the Cincinnati Civil War Round Table. Duckworth Democratic Club: Records, Easton, Charles R., Jr.: Deeds, , pertaining to the Stout and Casey families of Hamilton County.
17 Winter 1984 Annual Report Elliott, John R.: Theodore Marchmann (Madisonville, Ohio, blacksmith) records, ; journal containing building costs and rent receipts for three houses on Winslow Street (Walnut Hills), Farnham, Mrs. Charles (Estate): Papers pertaining to Irene Farnham, WJ. Gordon, and B.P. Aydelott. Ficks, Mrs. Gerald: Genealogical information pertaining to the Sutphin and Laws families. Goepper, Daniel J.: Papers, ca. 191 o-1917, pertaining to Naomi Willhelmine Hutzler. Gordon, Stephen: Letter and photographs pertaining to homes built by Cincinnatians in Watch Hill, Rhode Island. Guardian Savings Bank: Records, o, of the Antonio Savings and Loan Company. Harris, Angeline: Genealogical charts of the Harris and Waite families. Hart, Eleanor Lee: Papers pertaining to Sidney Denise Maxwell, Hennegan Company: Posters, theater displays, advertisements and scrapbooks of items printed by the Company, (Addition) Hill, Thomas C.: An account of the Indiana Yearly Meetings, ca. 1900, compiled by Clarkson Butterworth; "Quaker Meetings in Southwest Ohio," by Thomas C. Hill. Hopple, Rowland: Remarks on the occasion of the listing of the Cincinnati Tennis Club on the National Register of Historic Places, April 26, Hummel, Jean W.: School workbook of George W. Marriott. Hunt, Grace: Professional Artists Club records, Hurley, Daniel: "Racial History of the Cincinnati and Suburban Public Schools As It Has Been Influenced by Instances of Discriminatory Intent and Purpose," by W.A. Montgomery. (Typescript, photocopy) Jones, Adelle: Indenture dated 1835 signed by Nicholas Biddle. Kennedy, Dorothea: Cover letter and letterhead envelopes, "John Sullivan Co. Real Estate Brokers." Kenney, Henry Fletcher: Architectural drawings and landscape designs for commercial, public, and residential projects. McCammon, Thomas A.: Genealogical material pertaining to the McCammon- Johnson, McGinnis, and other families. McDonald, Betty A.: Correspondence between John P. Zimmerman and Henry F. Pringle concerning the Pringle biography of William Howard Taft; Letter, Taft to Zimmerman, July 30, Maloney, Ann: Records, o, from the family Bible of Eliza Carr Davis. (Transcript) Manley, Robert E.: Material pertaining to the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, (Addition) Matchette, Richard G. and Matchette, Robert: Journal of Charles Gordon Matchette, Mendelsohn, Mrs. Harry: Resolution from the American Red Cross honoring Dr. Harry Mendelsohn. Mt. Adams Civic Association: Records, (Addition) Neufarth, Florence: St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church records, Niehaus, Harry W.: "Chapter I, Volume II," an address by CM. Bookman at the twentieth anniversary celebration of the Community Chest of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, January 14, I935- Nomad Club: "Southern Folklore," by Mrs. Carl Beebe (typescript); the Nomad Club program. Payne, Frederick L.: "Records from the Broken Stones in the Pioneer Presbyterian Cemetery," compiled by Frederick L. Payne, (Typescript) Petersmann, Emily: Account book and journal of the Honorable Edward J. Dempsey, and the business records of Dempsey and Fridman, Porter, Harry T.: Genealogical material and photographs pertaining to the McCallum family, their relatives and friends. Queen City Arts Club: Clippings, an addition to the Club records. Rappaport, Milton J.: Memorial tribute to Albert A. Graef, 1955, prepared by the Cincinnati Bar Association. Roger Bacon High School: Drawings on linen of Roger Bacon High School, J.F. Sheblessey, architect and engineer. Saint James Episcopal Church: Records, (Addition) Manuscripts Collections now available for research Antonio Savings and Loan. Records, , including minutes, annual reports, cash books, account records, weekly dues books. 16 cu. ft. Cincinnati Community Development Company. Records, , including correspondence and minutes pertaining to the company's interest in low cost housing..33 cu. ft. Coddington, John. Correspondence, , from Paul Esselborn Geier and his mother Juliet (Esselborn) Geier to John Coddington..66 cu. ft. Deaconess Hospital. Records, , including annual reports and a history of the hospital and the Deaconess movement. 1 cu. ft. Duckworth Democratic Club. Records, , including minutes, financial records and membership lists, a scrapbook, the Committee on Organization, and the Duckworth Club Juniors. 7 cu.ft. Fox, George Benson, Correspondence, October 1, 1861-November 8,1863, written from various places on the Eastern Front to his family in Cincinnati while serving with the 75 th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. 1 cu. ft. Heaton, David. Papers, , including correspondence, financial papers, deeds, mortgages, political memorabilia, and newspaper clippings pertaining to David Heaton and the Heaton family.. 17 cu. ft. James Family Papers. Papers, ca. November 30, 1819-July 24, 1830, including correspondence, bills, receipts, and memoranda, pertaining to various members of the James family and to the U.S. General Land Office at Cincinnati.. 17 cu. ft. Johnston, George W.C., (Mayor of Cincinnati). Correspondence, , during the latter part of his term of office..25 cu. ft. Kirby,Timothy, Correspondence, , containing fiftyfour letters to Edwin M. Lewis, George Phillips, and Benjamin B. Comegys of Philadelphia pertaining to the development of Mound City, Pulaski County, Illinois..25 cu. ft. (Addition). Koch, Herbert Frank, Papers, , including scrapbooks, diaries, lecture notes, addresses, articles for clubs and organizations, and radio and television scripts. 5 2 cu. ft. Little Miami Railroad Company. Papers, ,including correspondence, receipts, legal papers, financial papers, and petitions pertaining to the early days of the Little Miami Railroad Company..50 cu. ft. MacDowell Society. Records, ,including minutes, correspondence, membership information, invitations, programs, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks. 9 cu. ft. Marchmann, Theodore. Records, , of Theodore Marchmann's blacksmith shop, Madisonville, Ohio..25 cu. ft. Northside Community Council. Records, , including minutes, correspondence, reports, maps, and general file material of the Northside Community Council. 3.5 cu. ft. Riverside Civic and Welfare Club, Inc. (Cincinnati). Records, , including minutes, correspondence, and scrapbooks dealing with the Club and the Riverside community. 3 cu. ft. Rookwood Pottery. A collection of books and portfolios containing photoprints, colored plates, and illustrations of pottery and textiles from China, Japan, Norway, and other countries. 2 cu. ft. (Addition). Stepping Stones Center. (Cincinnati). Records, , when the institution was known as the Fresh Air Society and the Fresh Air Farm cu. ft. Vonderahe Family. Papers, , consisting of deeds, mortgages, leases, and house specifications pertaining to property in the Cincinnati Over- The-Rhine area..25 cu. ft. Women's Advisory Board of the Cincinnati Opera Guild. Records, ca , of the Advisory Board including correspondence, minutes, and financial records.. 16 cu. ft.
18 io6 Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Andy: Collection of material pertaining to David Griffin, dry goods merchant; roster of enginemen andfiremenof the Cincinnati Division of the Main Line, Dayton and Springfield branches, Sciarra, June Hug: Certificates pertaining to the Central and American Turners societies, Sharpless, Frances and Anderson, Karen: Personal scrapbook kept by Floyd Anderson, ca. 1930; programs and photographs of St. James Episcopal Church. (Addition) Smith, Alma A.: "Aichholz, Aichholtz, Aicholtz Families of the Eastern Cincinnati, Ohio Area"; brief summary of Aicholtz Road, Summerside, Ohio. Spruck, Mr. and Mrs. George: Letter, dated January 17, 1828, Natchez, Mississippi, from David Swing to his wife in Cincinnati describing his approaching tripfromnew Orleans to Louisville or Cincinnati from Natchez Stepping Stones Center: Fresh Air Society records, Queen City Heritage Taft, Charles P., II (Estate): Papers. (Addition) Taft Museum: Records kept by the Museum relating to the Lytle Tunnel, 19 5 o Todd, Mrs. Samuel P., Jr.: Suzanne Gesfs scrapbook of theatrical and musical programs, Trapp, Kenneth R.: Wood-carving designs, by Mary L. Stevenson; articles on wood-carving and furniture making; books from the Rookwood Company library (added to the Rookwood collection); MacDowell Society of Cincinnati records, (Addition) Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.: Annual report of the Superintendent of Spring Grove Cemetery, 1925; drawings on linen of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church parish house, George Werner and John Scudder Adkins, architects, Van Vuren, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.: Genealogical material pertaining to the Elder, Wheeler, Spinning, Miller, and Baker families. Vonderahe, Thomas A.: Deeds and other documents pertaining to the property at 1206 Clay Street. Waters, Mrs. Everett: Letter from G.W. Oyler to "Will," dated April 23, 1900, containing family news and information about Price Hill and Hughes High School. Wells, Ruth: Letters to Mr. and Mrs. Reno F. Runck, , pertaining to College Hill. (Photocopy) Westheimer, Charles and Westheimer, Robert: Scrapbook compiled by Irvin F. Westheimer, , pertaining to the atom and atomic power. Westwood Presbyterian Church: Programs and historical accounts, White, John and Robin H.: Genealogical material, , pertaining to the Burkhardt family. Wolf, Barbara Doering: Broadway Savings and Loan Company records, Xavier University: Material pertaining to Elizabeth Nourse. Frederick A. Hauck serves a piece of birthday cake to Mayor Charles Luken while board president John Diehl looks on. The December 28th celebration commemorated Mr. Hauck's ninetieth birthday and the City of Cincinnati's 197th.
19 Winter 1984 Annual Report Membership Roster The 1788 Club Ft. Washington Society Hauck, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Klein, Charles H. Nippert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rieveschl, Dr. George, Jr. Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Strader, John J. Warrington, Elsie H. Founders Society Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutton Boyer, Mrs. Byron E. Collett, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace T. Dunlap, Thomas O. Hatfield, Virginia Thorpe Mcllwain, Mrs. James Thomas, Jr. Stern, Joseph S., Jr. Vogel, Mrs. J. Frederick Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Pioneers Society Boswell, William P. Collins, J. Rawson Davis, Frank G. Fleischmann, Mrs. Charles Fletemeyer, Louise Galbraith, Robert M., Ill Goodyear, Henry M., M.D. Hamilton, Mrs. Frank T. Hauck, Mrs. Cornelius J. LeBlond, Mrs. Harold Nyce, Fletcher E. Peck, Dr. Warner A., Jr. Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Stegman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tate, Mrs. Benjamin E. Van Fossen, Mrs. Robert D. Wulsin, Mrs. John H. Dorothy Meader Martin Kersten passed away on July 28, She was born in Cincinnati, the daughter of Elsie Meader Martin and Frederick Martin. Her mother's family founded the Meader Furniture Company in Cincinnati in the mid-nineteenth century. Her father was from England. Dorothy attended grade school in Avondale and finishing school in Baltimore. Following her parents' deaths in the early 1940s, she married Harold J. Kersten, a professor of biophysics at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Kersten died in Mrs. Kersten's main interests were travel and antiques. Her three trips to China were among many overseas voyages and excursions throughout her life. Numerous diaries and travel itineraries are among the materials received by the Society through the courtesy of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, to whom Mrs. Kersten willed the contents of her apartment. In addition, the Society received some papers relating to the Meader Furniture Company and family-related daguerrotypes and ambrotypes extending back well into the nineteenth century. Dorothy Kersten was among the first major contributors in establishing The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, and she made major annual contributions to the foundation for the last twenty years of her life. She was a generous benefactor to many other Cincinnati organizations, including the Cincinnati Historical Society. The Society is among those which will receive income from a permanent trust fund she established. A portion of this annual income will be placed in a Dorothy M. M. Kersten Acquisitions Fund to enable the Society to acquire, from time to time, manuscripts and artifacts documenting aspects of Cincinnati's history. This photograph of Dorothy M. M. Kersten, taken about 1920, was among the personal effects and family papers received by the Society through the courtesy of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
20 io8 Honorary Aaron, Daniel de Chambrun, Marquis Jean-Pierre Howe, George F. Mayer, Albert I. Stevens, Harry R. Life Members Aerni, Agathon A. Anderson, Annie W. Anderson, John Mackenzie Anderson, Yeatman, III Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bolton, Jr. Avril, Mrs. Arthur C. Blount, James L. Coleman, J. Winston, Jr. Creevy, Joseph A. Dieckmann, Mrs. Otto A. Diehl, John Dornette, Helen G. Epstein, Jacob S. Ewell, James M. Fisher, Mrs. Teasdale Fullgraf, Mrs. Charles Heinle, Mrs. Edward L. Herget, Mrs. Paul Herschede, Mark Paul Hook, Mrs. Norris M. Huenefeld, Thomas E. Kinney, A.M., Jr. Klein, Benjamin F. Lamb, John David Lamb, John K. LeBlond, Harold R. Meyers, Philip M. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schmidt, C. Oscar, Jr. Simpson, Robert O. Sittenfeld, Paul George Stephenson, Edward L. Stephenson, Garrick C. Vontz, Albert W. Weisert, John Jacob Windisch, Richard P. Patron Allyn, Rev. and Mrs. Compton Ballou, Dr. and Mrs. George W. Beckman, Vincent H. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank, Mrs. Charles F. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. David Bowman, Mrs. Henry Brodie, Mr. and Mrs. R.K., Jr. Broker, Aggie and Barry Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Burchenal, Mrs. William Burke, Mrs. Thomas J., Jr. Burrer, Mrs. Gordon J. Buyniski, Victoria B. Christensen, Mrs. Paul W., Sr. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E., Jr. Clark, Mrs. Thomas R. Comisar, Michael J. Crisler, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Cunningham, Briggs S. Deupree, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Deupree, Mr. and Mrs. Richard R., Jr. Dittmann, Mrs. Edmund Arthur Dornheggen, Mrs. J.H. Douglass, Sarah G. Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Durrell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Earls, Mrs. William T. Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Truxtun Fischer, John W., Ill Fisk, Margaret P. Fleming, Mrs. Malcolm Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley L. Fry, Mr. and Mrs. W. Roger Gamble, Mrs. David G. Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gradolf, Myranda Greene, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hageman, Mrs. Edward Hamilton, Frank T. 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Fischer, Mrs. Ivan Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fischer, Dr. and Mrs. Josef E. Fischer, Timothy A. Fischman, Frances J. Fisher, Carl H. Fisher, Francis J. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Fisher, Timothy E. Fite, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Flanagan, Martha L. Flaspohler, David and Mary Fleischer, Ellen Fleming, Mrs. John G. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Kingston Foley, Mrs. Harry D. Foley, William Forbes, Janet L. Ford, Lola M. Foreman, Mrs. Walter F. Forster, Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Fox, Harry H., M.D. Fox, John A. Fox, Robert L. Fox, Mrs. Silvian Frame, Marjorie A. Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Franxmann, Ann Fray, Mrs. Frank Burton Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Freeman, Mrs. Louis G., Jr. Freitag, Jane and Bill Fremont, L.H. French, Robert Houston Frey, H. Garrett Freyer, John B. Friedhoff, Edwin Friedlander, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Friedman, Mrs. A.H. Friedman, James J. Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Jules K. Friedman, Richard E. Friend, Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, Woodrow W. Frommel, Marian P. Fryer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fuerbacher, Mrs. John Fuhs, Dr. and Mrs. John C. Fuller, Dewey C. Fullerton, Dr. Hobart R. Fusshippel, Martha Futvoye, Susan Marie Gaier, Thomas and Mary Pat Galvin, Rev. Paul G. Gampfer, Mrs. Nelson Gampfer, Nelson, Jr. Gantz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Garber, Stanley T, M.D. Garber, Woodward Gardiner, Jan C. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Garry, Timothy A. Gartner, John B., Jr. Garvelink, Florence Garvey, Dr. and Mrs. J.M., Jr. Gastright, Joseph F. Gates, Patricia Geers, John P. Gehrig, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ford Geier, Mrs. Otto Gelke, Geoffrey Gelwicks, Thomas Genske, Robert E. Genther, Theodore Geoppinger, Tom Gerber, Beth Gerdes, Mrs. Robert Gerdsen, Mrs. Arno H. Gerhard, Rev. Robert D. Germann, Mrs. Richard
23 Winter 1984 Annual Report 1984 Ghory, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Ghory, Ward J. Gieske, Sr. Mary Paul Gillette, Shirley A. and Richard E. Gilreath, Gregory Gilroy, Mr. and Mrs. D.M. Gilson, Diana Glassmeyer, Robert Glazer, Robert W. Gleason, Francis E. Glenn, John J., Jr. Glenn, Leslie Glick, Paul Richard Glos, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Glover, George T. Glueck, Alice Glueck, Helen I., M.D. Goetzman, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Goldman, David W. Goldman, Dr. Leon Goldman, Mrs. Robert P. Goldman, Steven Goldsmith, Earl J. Goiter, Lowell E., M.D. Good, Alice Goodale, Irene Emery Goodall, Hillary Goodman, Dr. and Mrs. Sander Goodman, Mrs. Weir Goodwin, Patricia R. Goodyear, Mrs. Henry M. Goorian, Leonard P. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gordon, Leslie Gordon, Stephen C. Gores, Mrs. Guido J. Gorman, Robert H. Gottschalk, Dr. Jack W. Gove, Mrs. Robert A. Grace, J. Thomas Grant, Dorothy M. Grantham, Mrs. W.L. Grate, John and Toni Graver, William H. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. P. Martin Grayman, Robert Green, Mrs. Joseph C. Greenwood, James G. Gregg, Pollyanna Gregg, Will R., Jr. Greiner, Dr. and Mrs. A. Lee Greiwe, Richard J. and Elaine S. Grieshaber, Mrs. George J. Griess, Mrs. William E. Griffith, Dr. John F. Grimes, Lavinia Pogue Grimm, J.A. Gus Groene, Raymond R. Groenke, Albert F. Grogan, Judy Grogan, Tom Grogan, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Groll, Mrs. Fred L. Gromme, Helen M. Grooms, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Gross, Walter L., Jr. Grossoehme, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Groth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Gruber, Roberte Guckenberger, Mr. and Mrs. George, III Guckenberger, Herman J., Jr. Guggenheim, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Gugliemi-Trageser, Josiane Gulden, Wynne W. Gundlach, Orel Ruth Gup, Laurie E. Gureasko, Michael A., M.D. Gustin, Dr. and Mrs. Byron W. Guttman, Alan and Judy Guynn, Margaret Haas, Paul J., M.D. Habel, Robert E. Hackman, Thomas S. Haffner, Louis, Jr. Hagner, Charles Philip Hair, Judge Deidre Hake, Dorothea C. Hake, Harry, III Halbauer, Dr. Stewart R. Hall, David N. Hall, Edward C, M.D. Hall, Elizabeth N. Hall, Dr. James M. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall, Mrs. Virginius C. Halloran, Mrs. Thomas H. Halmi, Allyson L. Halpin, John G. and Teresa G. Hamant, Nancy R. Hamblet, Dr. and Mrs. John Brewster Hammel, Larz R. Hammergren, Mary E. Hammond, N. Carter Hamper, Margaret O. Hanekamp, Dr. and Mrs. John H. Hanks, Ronald Hanley, Patrick J. Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Forest Hanseman, Nancy and Dennis Hansen, Jennifer Harding, Betty and Robert Harding, Dr. Warren Hardman, Ted Hardy, William R. Hargrave, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harig, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harmon, Alexander Harmon, Frances Harper, Lolita Harrison, Mrs. E. Webster Harrison, R.S. Hartenian, Mrs. Edward Hartigan, Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hartke, Thomas Hartman, Brenda Hartman, Eleanor Hassan, Charles R. Hater, Mrs. Robert E. Hathaway, Laurie A. Hattemer, Elizabeth Hauck, Andrew C. Hauck, Mrs. Carl E.J. Hauer, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hauser, Dr. John Hauser, Mrs. Robert E. Haussermann, John W., Jr. Hautau, Deryck Opdyke Haven, James L. Hawkins, Gene and Margaret Hawley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bart Haydon, Mrs. George Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Hulse, Jr. Hayward, Helen Head, Mr. and Mrs. J.H., Jr. Head, Jonathan H., M.D. Headley, Mrs. Grant Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Heathcote, Col. and Mrs. James A. Hebble, Mrs. Howard B. Hedeen, Stanley Hedrick, Charles B. Heekin, Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Heffner, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hegel, Gerald Family Heiden, Edward L. Heidt, Robert S., M.D. Heim, Evelyn P. Heiman, Mrs. Joseph D. Heinichen, Jeffrey K. Heinichen, Mary S. Heldman, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Heller, Mary A. Hellming, Louis A. Helm, Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Helmers, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Helmsderfer, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hendon, Judge Sylvia Hendricks, Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Hengehold, Michael R. and Emilie L. Henley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Henn, Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Henshaw, Mrs. Lewis Hensley, Timothy R. Herbert, Nancy Herbig, Patricia Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hermanies, John H. Hershner, Timothy P. Hess, Willard C. Heuck, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hiatt, Mrs. Harold Highlands, Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Hilberg, Mrs. A.J. Hilberg, Henry S. Hildebrandt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Henry, Jr. Hill, Edgar J. Hill, Mrs. G. Carlton Hill, Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Rowland J. Hill, Steven W. Hill, Thomas C. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. W. Webb, Jr. Hill, Rev. Winton M., Ill Hillard, William E., M.D. Hille, Eugene W. Hiller, Florence R. Hiller, Lynn Hillhouse, Thomas R. Hirschfeld, Corson Hirtl, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W., Jr. Hock, Lucilia Hoeffler, Dennis E, M.D. Hoekenga, Mark T., M.D. Hoekzema, Richard Hoflheimer, Daniel J. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry August Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Hoffman, Thomas D. Hoffmeier, Mary Hogan, Charles M. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hogan, James Hogan, Robert G. Hoinke, Bunny Hollem, Adele Hollister, Mrs. Robert B. Hollmann, Jon D. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Holschuh, Judge and Mrs. John Holschuh, Wendy G. Homan, T.J. Hood, Herbert J. Hopkins, Mrs. Robert G. Hopple, Mrs. Richard M. Hopple, Rowland Horan, Terence Horn, John E. Horn, Karla Horner, Lottie Horwitz, Lester V. House, James Family Howard, Ernest S. Howell, Betty Jean Howes, Frances L. Hrebenyar, John Hronek, James R. Hubbard, Benjamin and Ruth Huber, Mrs. Albert E., Jr. Huber, Frances Huber, Harold E. Huckaby, Thomas L. Huenefeld, Katherine M. Huesman, William Huffman, Earl R. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hummel, Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hundemer, John A. Hunsche, Mrs. Charles W. Hunt, George A. Hunt, Grace M. Hunter, C. Stephen Hurley, Robert E. Huss, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W., Jr. Hussey, Rev. M. Edmund Huston, Judythe A. Hutchison, Evelyn Hutzel, Stephen Huwer, David H. Ibold, Mrs. William S. Imbus, Carol Imholt, Mrs. Robert L. Inkrot, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Iori, Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin, Miriam Owen Isaacs, S. Ted Itean, Cornelia Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jacobs, Donald, M.D. Jacobs, Maurice W. Jahnigen, Robert P. Jahnke, Allen R. Jamison, Angelene and Binta Janning, Rev. Timothy J. Jaspers, Frederick P. Jaspers, George H. Jeggle, Mildred L. Jenike, Samuel H. Jensen, Carl M. Jessee, James D. and Elizabeth W. Jeter, Eleanor M. Jewett Bruce E. Jewett, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Johannigman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. M. Neal Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Johnson, Mildred A. Johnson, Sarah S. Johnson, Mrs. W. Mack Johnston, Mrs. Dean Y. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jolson, Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Everett Linn Jones, Grace Jones, Joanna Jeanne Jones, Kathleen M. Jones, Mrs. Robert H. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. David J., Jr. Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jubelirer, Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Judis, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Juengling, Mr. and Mrs. Gustave L., Ill Jungclas, Mrs. LeRoy F. Junker, Donald J. Junker, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Kahle, Thomas W. Kahlson, Mr. and Mrs. Erik Kahn, Mrs. Louis E. Kakias, Teresa Kallendorf, Charles E., Jr. Kaplan, Stanley M., M.D. Karp, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kattelman, Norman P. Kaufman, Mrs. Orien Milton Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Kaufhold, Charles P. Kautz, Lawrence, M.D. Kearns, Jerome H. Keating, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Keck, Carolyn Keel, Mr. and Mrs. James S., Jr. Keer, William J. Keil, Douglas Kellar, Mr. and Mrs. Lorrence T. Keller, Helen M. Keller, Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Kelley, John J., Jr. Kelley, Stuart J. Kelly, Liz and Dick Kelly, Robert J. and Mary B. Kemp, Louise B. Kemper, Herman A. Kennedy, E.J., Jr. Kennedy, George W. Kenneth, Mrs. David T. Kerr, Mrs. Albert E. Kessis, Ginny Kiely, Charles Edward, Jr., M.D. Kiely, John A. Kilcoyne, Mrs. John Kile, Dr. Roy L. Kilgour, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Livingston, Jr. King, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Kirby, Sarah T. Kissel, Dr. Susan S. Kitchens, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kite, William McD. Kitzmiller, Dr. K. William Klaine, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Klaus, Richard M. Klausmeyer, R.O. Klayf, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Klein, M. Kleinfelter, David L. Klenk, Janet Kline, Vivian B. Kling, Howard L. Klingshirn, David A. Kluener, Ed and Elva Klusmeier, Mark H. Klusmeyer, Mrs. James C. Knaggs, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Kneiple, Hilda L. Knoop, Christopher and Jan Knowles, Mrs. Harvey C, Jr. Koch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Koch, Mrs. George E, III Koehler, Mrs. Christopher L. Koenig, Myron Koenig, Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Koepfle, Rosemary J. Kohnen, David A. Kolkmeyer, Kathy Kollman, Dr. and Mrs. Paul V. Komar, Arthur J. Koncel, Mr. and Mrs. E. James Konnersman, Mildred Korbee, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Korzenborn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Koster, William P. Kotte, Dr. and Mrs. J. Harold Kotte, Robert H., M.D. Kraemer, Virginia Berry Krai, Ruth and George Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Kramer, Milton, M.D. Kramig, Mrs. Robert E., Jr. Krause, Neil E. Kravetz, Albertta Krehbiel, P. Richard Krehbiel, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Krieg, John and Joan Kroll, Marilyn A. Kromme, Mrs. Paul F. Kroner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kropp, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tracy Kroth, Thomas C.
24 Queen City Heritage Kruckemeyer, Mrs. Edward H. Krug, Othilda, M.D. Kruse, Mrs. Henry O. Krusling, Rev. Lawrence R. Kugler, Frank E., M.D. Kuhn, Chella Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer K unkemoelkr, Barbara A. Kuntz, Barbara Kuwatch, Muriel Kyte, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. LaBonde, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lame, Madeleine K. Lamirand, Susan Lamping, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Lamping, Mary L. Lamping, Ronald C. Lamson, B.W. Landt, Mrs. Harry Lang, Evelyn Lang, Kathryn S. Langdon, Teresa J. Lange, Katherine H. Langsam, Walter E. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Addison Lanz, Dr. and Mrs. George R. Lapirow, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Large, Helen C. Larson, Elizabeth C. LaRue, Maryhelen Latimer, John T. Lattarulo, Mary Jo Laux, Dr. and Mrs. James M. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. J.T., Jr. Lawwill, Mrs. J. Kenton Lazarus, Fred, III Lazarus, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lazarus, Mrs. Simon, Jr. Lea, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill Lea, Edward E. Lcarmonth, Doloris F. Lee, Mary Anne Lehart, Ralph J. Leighton, Mrs. Robert Lemon, Charles T. Lemon, Elizabeth M. Lensing, Clara Lenzer, Charles H. Leonard, Prof. Henry B. Leonard, James L., M.D. Lett, Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Lett, Allison Leverone, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Levine, Bert and Linda LeVine, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Levinson, Charles B. Levinson, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Levy, Sam Malcolm Lewis, Howard R. and Norma E. Lewis, Robert C. Leytze, Rita Licht, Dr. and Mrs. William Lieser, David L. Lietzenmayer, Karl Lillie, Mr. and Mrs. Parker J. Lilly, Mr. and Mrs. Terence Lindberg, Charles D. Linden-Ward, Blanche Lindhorst, Richard Lindner, Mrs. Joseph Lindsay, Mrs. Robert F. Linger, David M. Lingle, W.L. Linn, Alma Lippelman, Mrs. A.E., Jr. Lipping, Alar, Ph.D. Lloyd, John A. Lloyd, Thomas S. Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Long, Margaret Long, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Lorey, Richard D. Loring, Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Lortz, Mrs. Gilbert D. Lothmann, H.M., Jr. Lotspeich, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Lottman, Mrs. Cornelius A. Lotz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.R. Loughrey, Dr. and Mrs. John R. Love, Rebecca Loveless, Rev. James Lovett, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Lowenthal, Dr. and Mrs. Gerson Lucas, Fr. David R. Lucas, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Luckett, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Luckner, Herman R., Ill Luebbers, Gail Luebkeman, Mrs. George Luke, Mr. and Mrs. Myron R. Lumley, Stephen C. Lurie, Dr. and Mrs. Max L. Lustberg, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Lutton, Edwin S. Lutz, Marjorie H. Lyle, Dr. Donald J. Lyon, Margaret D. Lyon, Mrs. Robert A. Lyons, Anna D. Macarthy, David J. Macht, Dr. Martin B. Mack, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J., Jr. Mack, Millard H. MacKnight, Mrs. Clifford MacKnight, James B. MacMillan, Dr. and Mrs. Bruce G. MacPherson, Dr. and Mrs. Colin R. Maddox, Robert Blair Magrish, Mrs. James L. Mahoney, Diane Mairose, Mary K. Mallof, Joseph and Virginia Mallory, Patrick B. Manley, Robert E. Mann, Carol F. Mann, Robert N. Manning, Annette Fillmore March, John P. March, Perrin G., Ill Marcus, Dr. Jacob R. Marnell, Francis X. Marsh, Robert W. Marshall, Mrs. Edward C. Marshall, Jeanette L. Martin, Allen S. and Judith L. Martin, Kathleen Martin, Louis Henry Martin, Mel and Dorcey Martin, Wilfred S. Marting, Esther C, M.D. Mason, David J. Mason-Clark, Todd and Beth Masters, Sally A. Matheny, Harry U. Mathis, Dr. and Mrs. Harry M. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pierce Matthey, Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Mauch, Mr. and Mrs. William Maue, Mr. and Mrs. Howard and J. Craig Maughs, Mrs. Lynn H. Mauk, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Maupin, Mr. and Mrs. Addison, Sr. Maurath, Elizabeth Mawhorter, Richard J. Maxey, Violette E. Maxon, Miriam Tate Maxwell, Stewart Shillito, Jr. Mayans, Steven A. Maybrier, Bobbie A. Mayfield, Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Mayfield, Frank H., Jr. Mayfield, R. Glen McAllister, Diane A. McAllister, Mr. and Mrs. William F. McBride, Bert H., M.D. McCafferty, Audrey McCalmont, Elizabeth M. McCammon, Tom McCann, Dorothy M. McCaslin, John M., Jr. McCauley, Jennifer McClintock, Andrew F. McCloskey, Fr. Pat, O.F.M. McClure, Mrs. Bert McClure, John D. McComas, Mrs. Milton McConville, Kay L. McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H., Jr. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. McDonald, Mrs. William McElwain, Dianne and Frank McGary, Harry E. McGavin, Paul H. McGlindiey, Martha McGrath, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McHenry, Powell McHugh, Ellen M. Mclntire, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Mclntosh, Bruce B. Mclntosh, Edna H. McKell, Beverly B. McKiernan, Thomas E. McKinney, Cynthia J. McLaurin, Robert L., M.D. McLean, Lindsay B. McLeish, Richard D. McLennan, Mr. and Mrs. David B. McLoughlin, Daniel McMaster, James D. McNally, Robert A. McNeal, T. McNeil, David McSpadden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McWhorter, Mrs. W.T. Meakin, C. James, Jr. Means, Mrs. Russell Meder, Mrs. Richard Medkeff, David and Marsh, Betsa Meek, Norville C. Meeker, Hayden E., Ill Mehn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meier, Mrs. Carl L. Meier, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Meisel, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meisner, Patricia Melvin, Patricia Mooney Memering, L.J. Mendell, Greg Mendelsohn, Joe, III Menkhaus, Arthur C. Mercier, Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Merkel, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Merkel, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W., Jr. Merrill, Dr. and Mrs. H.S. Mers, Barbara and Bill Merton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold A., Jr. Meserth, Irvin A. Messham, Hilda M. Metz, Sr. Judith Metzger, Estelle M. Metzger, Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer, Mary A. Meyer, Richard L., M.D. Meyn, Malcolm, Jr., M.D. Mezger, Roger J. Miday, Robert and Karen Middendorff, Herbert A. Mihaly, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Milburn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Andrews Miller, David Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I. Miller, Maurice L. and Marianne Miller, Richard L. and Helen M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert B.W. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mackenzie Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Zane L. Mills, Dr. and Mrs. James A. Minkarah, Jay Minster, Mrs. Leonard Minturn, C. Bruce, Jr. Minturn, Robert L. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mitchell, Mrs. William W. Mixter, Mr. and Mrs. James M.E. Mobberley, Mrs. M.A. Moffitt, Sally M. Mohlenkamp, Kathryn A. Mojzer, Carolyn J. Moller, William E. Monger, David M. Monning, Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Monroe, Claire J. Monroe, Mrs. James Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Montgomery, Thomas A. Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Moore, David G. Moore, Dean Moorhead, Mrs. Everett C. Moorman, Arthur J. Moran, Edward G. Moran, Paul Robert, Sr. Moravec, Joseph J., M.D. Morgens, Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Morris, J. Wesley Morrison, Mrs. Donald C. Morrison, Fred S. Morrow, Mrs. Thomas V. Motch, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Muegel, Mrs. Harry R. Mueller, Mrs. Charles W. Mueller, Joseph N. Muething, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Muhlhauser, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Mullins, Lisa J. Mulvey, Richard B., M.D. Muntz, Ernest G. Murdoch, Norman H. Murdock, Norman A. Family Murphy, Charles W. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Murphy, Loretta S. Murphy, Vicki Lynn Murphy, William J. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. C. William Myers, Monica and Bavaro, Christopher Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Naberhaus, Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Naberhaus, Lawrence H. Nagel, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nantz, Carol Navaro, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ralph, Jr. Neale, Margaret and Henry Neely, Dr. F.L. Neely, Gardner Niesen, Mr. and Mrs. F.G., Jr. Nelson, James A. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Nelson, Mrs. Robert W. Nelson, Steven A. Nerish, Dorothy Newby, Melany Stinson Newkirk, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Newmark, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Ney, Arthur M., Jr. Niblack, Rita and Curtis Nichols, A. David Nichwitz, Marianne Niehaus, Ferd J., Jr., M.D. Niehaus, Marian H. Niehoff, Dan Nielsen, Marilyn C. Nieman, Mrs. Harold F. Nieman, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Niemczyk, Mrs. Henry P. Niemer, Rita Nightingale, P.L. Nikolin, Michael M. Nisbet, William Noble, Sally L. Nolan, Allan Nolan, Monica Norris, Brent Norton, Grace Novelli, John B. Nuckolls, Charles B., Jr. O'Brien, Mrs. John A. O'Brien, Br. Patrick O'Connell, Edward M., Jr. O'Connell, James L. Oconnor, Jack O'Connor, Timothy P. O'Donnell, Dr. Lorena M. O'Donnell, Mrs. Nellie Oechler, William F. Oechsler, Dorothy A. Oelker, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Oestreich, A. Family Off, Robert B. Ogle, Cora K. Oliver, James R. and Doerr, John C. Olman, James A. O'Neil, John O'Neill, Frank and Virginia O'Neill, Mary Ormsbee, Marilyn A. Orr, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell P. Osborne, Mrs. W. Ted Ostrofsky, Judy Ott, Kevin D. Ottenjohn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Owens, Vera C. Oyler, Thomas T. Pack, Kermit A. Packer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Padget, Paul Pallage, George Pallas, Harry A. and Marjorie J. Palmer, Cletus T. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Paner, Marie H. Pantenburg, Barbara A. Pantoja, Enrique, M.D. Parish, Virgil D. Park, Mrs. Hall C. Parr, Virginia H. Parsons, Tim Parssinen, Jon P. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Patterson, Martha Pattison, J. Murdock Pattison, Lee S. Patton, James and Denise Paulus, Rita Pauly, Jean S. Payne, Mrs. Karl Pearce, James W. Pease, James L., Jr. Peck, Judge John Weld Peerless, Gloria and Alter Peerless, Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Pekel, H. Thomas Pendle, Frank Pennak, Louise Pennington, Mrs. J.H., Jr. Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Perbix, Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Percival, Beatrice C.
25 Winter 1984 Annual Report Perin, M.F. Perlman, Dr. Aaron and Betty Perry, Doris K. Peters, Daniel and Kellie Peters, Jean J. Peters, Henry D. Family Petersen, Gerald C. Petersman, Edith Petersmann, Emily A. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Peterson, Howard B. Petrie, Martha A. Petrovich, Mrs. Dusan P. Pettengill, Kroger Petzhold, Mr. and Mrs. J.B., Jr. Pfeiffer, Charles L., M.D. Phillips, T. Stephen Pichert, Mary Sue Pierson, Mrs. Thomas C. Pinger, L.G., Jr. Piper, Helen Pockras, L.M. Poetker, Mrs. Joseph Pogue, Samuel F. Pohl, Kenneth P., M.D. Pohlman, Timothy, D.D.S. Pollak, David Pool, Suzanne Pope, Dr. and Mrs. Charles E, Jr. Popken, Dr. and Mrs. John F., Jr. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Porter, Mrs. Howard D. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C, Jr. Portman, Mrs. William C. Potts, Mrs. Frederick T. Power, Esther H.M. Power, Joseph Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Poynter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Premo, Terri Pressler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Preston, Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Price, Harry Price, Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Prince, Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Pritz, Walter L., M.D. Puchkoff, Mr. and Mrs. David H. Puchta, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Pund, Mr. and Mrs. F.X. Purdy, Sandra K. Quinn, Gertrude Raabe, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rabenstein, Ida H. Rabiner, Dale Rabiner, Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Radcliff, Phyllis Radel, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff G. Ramey, Mrs. William Orville Ramirez, Cindy Ran, Mary Leonard Randolph, Carter Randolph, Charles H., D.D.S. Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Guy D., Jr. Ransohoff, Daniel Ransohoff, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ransom, Ann Forrester Rape, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Rasmussen, J. Lee Rasner, Richard L. Raterman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ratliff, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. Rauh, Mrs. Frederick Raulin, Terrance A. Ray, Gary and Sue Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Miner Reardon, Robin J. Reed, Lucille P. Rees, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Regnold, Lynn A. Regnold, Paul E. Reiber, Lucille Reichert, Dr. Victor E. Reid, Mrs. Horace W. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Horace W., Jr. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reif, Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Reiley, Lois Reiner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Reiner, Robert L. Reis, Jean S. Reis, Joan S. Reith, Dale H. Rembold Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Remler, Mr. and Mrs. H. Earl Renner, Mrs. George Rentschler, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Rentschler, Walter A. Renz, Jean Morris Revenna, Nelda Reynolds, Thomas M. Rhoads, Brewster and Lugbill, Ann Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin S. Rice, Mary Claire Rich, Robert E. Rich, Dr. and Mrs. William Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Gates T. Richards, Gilbert Richards, Muriel G. Richardson, Bayle M. Richter, Lisa Fitzharris Riddle, Mrs. William Rider, Ed and Barb Rider, Peg Rifkind, Esther F. Rigsby, Patricia A. Riker, Jan Timothy Riley, Dr. and Mrs. Boyd T. Riley, Charles Scott, III Riley, Mrs. Frank Emmett Riordan, John A. Riordan, Philip M. Rippe, Joseph F. Ritterhoff, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rittershofer, Dr. and Mrs. Clare R. Rittershofer-Neuman, Anne Robbin, Barbara Roberts, P.B. Roberts, Richard S. and Carol Ann Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll M. Robertson, Charles S., Jr. Robinette, Martin L., Jr. Robinson, Ernest L. Robinson, Mrs. Harry S. Robinson, Mrs. Joseph D., Ill Robinson, Judy L. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Landon G. Rochford, Joseph Rockwern, S. Sumner, M.D. Rodabaugh, James Rodenberg, Mrs. L.R. Roder, Mrs. Frank Roell, Alison Roever, Harold D. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rohdenburg, Mrs. William H. Rolfes, Margaret M. Roll, William C, Jr. Rollins, Kent W. Root, Harold H. Rorer, David R. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGregor Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenthal, James A. Rosevear, Mrs. F.B. Ross, George F. Ross, Steven Ross, William and Julie Rosselott, Lena Roth, George Frederic Rothwell, John Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rottenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rovekamp, Mr. and Mrs. Monte L. Rowe, Snowden Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M., Jr. Rowe, Mrs. William Wallace Rudd, Mr. and Mrs. O. Pierce Ruder, Ruth A. Ruebel, Richard J. Ruehlmann, Eugene Ruger, June Ruggieri, Bill and Kravets, Iva Ruggieri, Cathy Ruggieri, Jeanne and Wagner, Allen Ruggieri, Lucille and Frank Ruggieri, Thomas Rush, Patricia Rush, Scott and Carol Rusk, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Russell, William L. Rust, James G. Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruttle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Ruttle, Patrick J. Ryan, Dr. Nelson Rybolt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E., Jr. Rybolt, Ruth F. Sagmaster, Mrs. Joseph W. Sailer, Ruth B. Salinger, Mrs. James A. Sambi, Margaret A. Sanborn, Frederic R.G. Sandier, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Sandow, Stephanie Sanitato, J.J., M.D. Sanker, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Santel, Bernard Sarakatsannis, Spiros N. Sarna, Dr. Jonathan D. Sawmiller, Russell C. Sawtelle, Allan and Clara Sayre, Mrs. Richard L. Scahill, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Scala, Joseph A. Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Schaub, A.J., Jr. Schaudig, Rudolph J. Schawe, Aria Parke Scheide, Dr. Alfred W. Schenk, Lynn L. Schenk, Penelope J. Schepmann, David Scherer, Mrs. Francis J. Scherpenberg, Dorothy R. Schertzer, Dr. C.B. Schildknecht, Mrs. R.B. Schilling, Marjorie Schilmeister, Deneal Schloss, Ann L. Schloss, M.J., Jr. Schloss, Meta Schmalz, Dr. and Mrs. David L. Schmalz, Dr. and Mrs. Lester O. Schmidt, Christoph R. Schmidt, Mrs. Frederick J. Schmidt, Stephen J. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ted G. Schmidt-Hansen, Juliann Schmithorst, Elinor B. Schmuelling, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmuelling, Robert Schneebeck, William H. Schneider, Charles F. Schneider, Elizabeth M. Schneller, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph P. Schoenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schoonover, Douglas Schott, William P. Schott, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Schottelkotte, James E. Schpatz, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schrenker, Linda Schroer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Schroth, Marcella Schuch, Paul W. Schuck, Thomas R. and Pamela B. Schuitemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schuler, Mrs. John F. Schuler, Robert L. Schulte, Elizabeth J. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Schulze, Mildred Schumacher, William R. Schuster, Paul A., M.D. Schutzius, Catharine Schwaab, Mary Josephine Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Jr. Schwartz, Mrs. David M. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Schwartz, Susan Schwoeppe, Eugene A. Scroggins, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton L. Seibert, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar O. Seifried, Martha M. Seinsheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Seibert, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Self, Barbara Greer Sells, Halloway C. Shad, Lawrence E. Shafer, Resor Shaffer, Frederic Stanley Shaffer, Herbert, Jr. Shank, Margaret and Reed Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sharrock, Raleigh Shattuck, Ralph B. Shear, Thomas Sheblessy, Mrs. John B. Sheehan, William P. Sheldon, Dr. and Mrs. Murray B. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. Booth Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Shepherd, Harold and Janet Shepherd, John M. Sherman, Mrs. Thomas J. Sherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Sherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Shine, Carolyn R. Shinkle, Mr. and Mrs. R. Nixon Shook, Mrs. H.H. Shore, Mr. and Mrs. T. Spencer Sicking, J.J. Sieber, Dr. S.E. Siebert, Robert R. Siegel, Ann H. Sieving, Richard R., M.D. Siglock, John Allen Siklosi, Michael P. Siler, Mrs. Vinton E. Sillett, Francis McCormack Simkins, Jean T. Simler, Francis L. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Simon, Dr. and Mrs. David L. Simon, Thomas H. Simpkinson, Ewart W. Simpkinson, John and Janet Simpson, Walter B. Sims, Rev. and Mrs. Edward R. Strkin, Joyce Sittason, C. William Sitzman, Alberta M. Sive, Fran Sive, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Sizer, Suzanne Skavlem, Mrs. John H. Skidmore, Phyllis Skiff, Elizabeth Slater, Paul Slaven, Carol Slemmer, Dr. Robert E. Sloan, Mrs. Charles H., Jr. Slutz, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smale, John G. Smaltz, Mrs. John C. Smith, Alma Aicholtz Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. Arden Smith, Corwin M., M.D. Smith, David and Janet Smith, Don Smith, Dr. and Mrs. E. Vernon Smith, Elaine Smith, Eleanor J. Smith, Margaret K. Smith, Mrs. Marion F. Smith, Mildred Taylor Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Murray S., Jr. Smith, Ruth U. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Starbuck, Jr. Smith, Verena Smyth, Janet Snodgrass, Rev. Thomas A., J.C.L. Snyder, Bertram L., M.D. Soldano, Dorothy Brans Sonneman, Mrs. Henry O. Sontag, William Sosis, Dr. Ruth H. Spaccarelli, John F. Spain, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Spalter, Marlene Spengler, Mrs. Joseph J. Spiegel, Mr. and Mrs. S. Arthur Spielman, Mrs. Howard M. Spiess, Katherine P. and Philip D., II Spiess, Lorraine Spiess, Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Spider, Mrs. W.E. Spraul, Richard A. Spritz, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stadtmiller, James L. Stadulis, Alyce M. Stancliff, Mrs. R.C. Stander, Thomas F. Stanley, Ethan B. Stanzak, Mr. and Mrs. John J., Jr. Stare, Edward W. Starnbach, Howard Starr, Ralph W. Starr, Mrs. Stephen Z. Staubitz, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Stauffer, S.H. Stearns, Mrs. Clark M. Steer, Mrs. Paul W. Steigelman, Steven L. Stein, Charles H. Stein, Dr. and Mrs. Morris L. Stein, Robert A., M.D. Steinert, Louis and Ruth Steinfirst, Jane K. 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26 114 Stillpass, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence G. Stillpass, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Stimson, Kathryn and David Stirling, Virginia B. Stites, Benjamin F. Stites, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Stith, John S. Stoehr, Robert A., Ill Stoepel, Susan and Paul Stokes, Ruth A. Stolberg, Mr. and Mrs. David Stoll, Betty A. Stolley, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Stone, Elizabeth A. Stone, Jo Ann Stoner, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin O. Storey, Mrs. Jackson Grey Storey, Mrs. Will M. Stork, Juanita and John Storrs, Mrs. Philip Straehley, Mrs. Erwin Straus, Stanley S. Straus, Mr. and Mrs. S. Charles Strauss, Gordon M. Strauss, James L. Strieker, Mr. and Mrs. George Strider, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton M. Strittmatter, Fr. L.R. Strohbach, John and Gayle Strohmenger, Mrs. Warren L. Strothman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Strubbe, John L. Stubbins, Dr. and Mrs. Warren F. Stueve, Thomas Stugart, Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Stulbarg, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Styles, Mr. and Mrs. William Brewster Suder, Dr. and Mrs. Garfield L. Sullivan, Deborah and Murphy, Dennis Sundermann, Mrs. J. Howard Swanson, Mrs. Robert D. Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Swigert, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mack Szempruch, Margaret A. Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Jr. Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A., II Tait, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, III Talbert, Margaret E. Talkers, Harry Tallentire, Thomas L. Tanke, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Tarpoff, Ruth and Bill Tate, Rosalind Tatum, Mrs. V. Holt Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. F. Keith Taylor, James J. Taylor, John Rex Taylor, Mary K. Tedesco, Betty L. Tench, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tenney, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Tensing, Albert H. Terry, Nia Terry, Robert W. Tew, John M., M.D. Tharp, Robert L. Thayer, Edward M. Thayer, Peter W. Thayer, Mrs. Richard Thoma,S.W.,Jr. Thomas, Mrs. C.L. Thomas, Margie Thompson, Mrs. Albert E. Thompson, Betty V. Thorns, Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight J. Tobias, Charles H., Jr. Tobias, Paul H. Todd, Mrs. Samuel P. 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Wells, Ruth Jones Welsh, Frank Wendel, Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Wendelmoot, Elizabeth Wengler, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Wentink, Andrew Mark West, Elizabeth H. West, Col. and Mrs. R. John, Jr. Westerbeck, Daniel J., M.D. Westerfield, Irmgard K. Westerman, Mrs. Frank L. Westheider, James E. and Patricia Westheimer, Charles and May Westheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Leo F., Jr. Whalen, William P., Jr. Wheatley, Constance Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. John T. White, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K., Jr. White, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore White, Thomas E. White, William E. Whitesides, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Whiting, Mr. and Mrs. Carson R. Whiting, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Whitmer, Robert Whitmer, Steve Whitney, Mrs. Nathaniel Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Whittaker, Mrs. William J. Wieck, Marion Wiethe, Michael J. Wiggers, Lowe H., Jr., M.D. Queen City Heritage Wigor, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Wildman, Dr. and Mrs. Walter B. Wile, George J. Wilger, Eugene Wilisch, George A. Wilkens, Edward Wilkinson, Wayne and Lenore Willenbrink, Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Byron B. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L. Williams, Glenn W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John P., Jr. Williams, Peter W. Williamson, Eric Williamson, Jean E. Wilmes, James A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Holden, Jr. Wilson, Joseph N., M.D. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Wiltse, Dr. and Mrs. David Winkler, Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Wintermeyer, Rev. William P. Winters, Mrs. G.W. Wise, Mrs. George, Jr. Wise, Linda Jeanne Wissel, Gerald Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Lothar F., Jr. Witten, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McLaren Wittmeyer, Harold W. Wolf, Mary Jane Wolf, Mrs. Robert W. Wolfe, James E. Wommack, Mr. and Mrs. William Wong, Helena Wood, O.J. Woodbridge, Frederic L. Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs. William T., Jr. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Woods, Robert J. Woods, S. James Woodward, Anthony R. Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. 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Van Dyne, Phillip Kurt Affiliate Anderson Township Historical Society College Hill Historical Society Covington Art Club Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society Historic Preservation Associates Kenton County Historical Society Milford Area Historical Society Northern Kentucky Historical Society St. Bernard-Ludlow Grove Historical Society Tri-State German American School Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation
27 Winter 1984 Business Members Sponsor Cin-May Realty Contributors Cincinnati Financial Corporation The Delta Queen Steamboat Company Federated Department Stores, Inc. Fifth Third Bank The First National Bank of Cincinnati General Electric Company, Aircraft Engine Group Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc. The Procter & Gamble Company Safeco Insurance Companies Regular A-F Industries, Inc. ATE Management & Service Company, Inc. American Building Components American Financial Corporation Ameritrust of Cincinnati Amity Unlimited Arthur Andersen & Company Anderson Publishing Company Arlington Memorial Gardens Association, Inc. Atkins & Pearce Manufacturing Company Aufdemkampe Hardware Company Aurora Casket Company The G.A. Avril Company L.S. Ayres Baldwin-United Corporation Bambeck & Vest Bartlett & Company The Becker Electric Company Belcan Corporation The Bode-Finn Company The William P. 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Arthur Young & Company The C.W. Zumbiel Company Special Advance Club Aglamesis, Inc. American Laundry Machinery Company Arnold's Bar & Grill Bertke Electric Company Billboard Publications, Inc. Cincinnati Floor Co. Cincinnati Law Library Association Court Index Press Dosimeter Corporation In addition to the businesses that supported the Society through memberships in 1984, many local companies donated goods and services which contributed to the success of the fall auction. 115 Downing Displays, Inc. Duckworth Democratic Club Gibson Greeting Cards, Inc. Greiwe Interiors Hamilton County Park District Home State Savings Association E. Huttenbauer & Son, Inc. King Bag & Manufacturing Company The Lunkenheimer Company Ray Moorman Insurance Agency Newman Brothers, Inc. Olsten of Cincinnati, Inc. The Perry & Derrick Company Arnold Schwartz and Associates, Inc. Sexton & Company, Inc. The Smith Library of Regional History Stegner Food Products Company Tex Style, Inc. Varland Metal Service, Inc. 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28 116 Contributors to the Society's Funds ATE Management and Service Company, Inc. Aglamesis, James T. Albers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Allen, Robert Hutton Anderson, Barbara Atkins, Mrs. Asa Barnett, Armen Beck, Walter P. Beckman, Vincent H. Bison, Barbara Scott Bowen, David Boyd, G. William Boyer, Mrs. Byron E. Bradford, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Tully Brayton, Mrs. Richard A. Burdick, Philip L. Byrer, Irene Carothers, Charles O., M.D. Cheer-up Club, Cincinnati Cincinnati Woman's Forum The City of Cincinnati Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts Projects Pool Cincinnatus Association Clark, Jane M. Trustees and Officers 1984 President John Diehl Vice Presidents Vincent H. Beckman Richard R. Deupree, Jr. Louis Nippert Collett, Wallace T. Collins, J. Rawson Deer Park Elementary Schools P.T.A Dexter, Dorothy C. Estate Dumler, Mrs. Martin H. Epstein, Jacob S. Ewell, James M. Fabe, Joan H. Finn, Fanchon Fleming, Mrs. Richard B. Freedman, Robert L. Galbraith, Robert M., Ill Gettler, Benjamin Goldsmith, Elizabeth D. Gordon, Bruce and Rae Greater Cincinnati Foundation Greene, Marcia S. Hall, Craig Hamilton County Hassan, Charles R. Hauck, Mrs. Cornelius J. Hauck, Frederick A. Helmsderfer, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Herschede, Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Hymans, Edgar M. Jordan, Pat and Bill Secretary William S. Rowe Assistant Secretary Thomas E. Huenefeld Treasurer Robert H. Allen Assistant Treasurer J. Rawson Collins Queen City Heritage Judd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kent, Auguste Kinney, Lois and Tim Klein, Charles H. Knauft, Robert W. Family Koch, Herbert Estate Krug, Barbara Z. Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Livingston, Ronald Loveless, Rev. James McComas, Mrs. Milton McElroy, Malcolm N. Mills, Agnes and Jane Montross, Mr. and Mrs. William P. Mt. Airy Civic Club Moritz, Dr. and Mrs. Allan, Jr. The National Endowment for the Humanities National Organization for Women Nickols, Dick 1984 "CREW" Meeting Northern Kentucky Dental Society Ohio Arts Council Ohio Humanities Council Ott, Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Painter, Judge Mark P. Pfefferle, George and Edith The Pioneer Antique and Hobby Association Pogue, Samuel F. Power, Wallace M. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Trustees Dr. William D. Aeschbacher Wallace T. Collett Frank G. Davis Mrs. Charles Fleischmann Ashley L. Ford Robert M. Galbraith III Warner A. Peck, Jr., M.D. Gilbert Richards Paul G. Sittenfeld Joseph S. Stern, Jr. Ronald Temple Elsie Warrington Mrs. John H. Wulsin Pugh, Robert C. The Reakirt Foundation Reid, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Richards, Gilbert Family Rodenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Roth, John E., Jr. Russell, Josephine S. Charitable Trust St. Bernard-Ludlow Grove Historical Society Schierland, Raymond F. Schmidt, C. Oscar, Jr. Schwegmann, Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Seasongood Good Government Fund Smith, Andrew D. Stearns & Foster Foundation Stimson, Martha and George Strothman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Taft, Rosalyn Gift Trust University of Cincinnati Foundation (Center for Women's Studies) Warner, W. Russell Warrington, Elsie H. Fund Westheimer, Charles Whitmer, Steve and Barb Wilson, Samuel S. Withrow High School Class of 1934 Withrow High School Class of Reunion Committee Witten, Daniel McLaren Women's Association of the Cincinnati Historical Society Greg G. Wright & Sons Co. Xavier University Booklovers Association Yonker, Eloise T. Estate Trustees Emeriti Frederick A. Hauck Dr. Walter C. Langsam Mrs. John H. Skavlem Charles M. Williams Women's Association Mrs. James L. Elder Administration Library Programs Library Volunteers Gale E. Peterson, Director Sue S. Brunsman, Community Development Robin Lippelman, Secretary M. Eileen Lutz, Accountant Joy Y. Norman, Research Associate Betsy K. Schwartz, Assistant Community Development Martin A. Clinton, Custodian Laura L. Chace, The Frederick A. Hauck Librarian Mrs. Elmer S. Forman, Assistant Librarian Barbara J. Dawson, Assistant Librarian William W. Daniell, Acquisitions Assistant Steven W. Plattner, Curator of Photographs Michael Isaacs, Photographer Mrs. Christopher F. Neely, Manuscript Curator Mrs. Ronald D. Shepherd, Manuscript Curator Cindy Cline, Conservator Scott L. Gampfer, Conservator Mrs. William Stegeman Library Secretary Janet L. Shepherd, Receptionist Beth Gerber, Library Assistant Judy Malone, Library Assistant Daniel Hurley, Education Coordinator Dottie L. Lewis, Editor, Queen City Heritage Theodore E. Eversole, Cincinnati Guide Project Deborah A. Overmyer, Cincinnati Guide Project Dorothy Babbs Armen Barnett Kathy Burhman Roger Clark Florence Collins Frances Hauck Adele Hollem Elliott Palmer The Cincinnati Historical Society invites the submission of research papers and excerpts from graduate theses and dissertations dealing with historical topics for publication in its quarterly Queen City Heritage. Preferably articles should relate to the cultural, economic, political, and social history of Cincinnati, the Miami Valley, or the Northwest Territory in reference to Ohio and the Ohio River.
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