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Cincinnati (Ohio)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Donald E. Smith, Collector, Records

Collection Number: A&M 1944

Correspondence, account books, and tax reports of the Liverpool Salt and Coal Company, American Calcium Chloride Works, Liverpool Salt Company, Jackson Coal and Mining Company, and Jackson Valley Bell Farm of Hartford in Mason County, West Virginia. In addition, there are account books for the G.Y. Roots and Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dates: 1884-1956

George W. Hadley, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2841
Scope and Contents Contains the papers of George W. Hadley, who served in different Ohio units during the Civil War. His service included his time as a musician in the 55th Ohio Volunteer Infantry from October 1861-August 1862, voluntary member of the “Squirrel Hunters” militia that defended Cincinnati, Ohio, in September 1862, and service in the 11th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry from July 1863-August 12, 1863, upon his death by accidental drowning. According to the family, Hadley rolled off a raft into the Missouri...
Dates: 1862-1895, 1927, 2006-2018

Hardy County Papers

Collection Number: A&M 1745
Overview A travel journal, ca. 1857; a diary, 1941; survey records, 1894-1896; account books, 1788-1811 - 1891-1894; county and parish tax levies, 1800; a book of geographic terms and facts kept by Susan I. Branson in 1836; and a Branson family record book. People mentioned include Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. Places mentioned include: Cincinnati, Ohio; and, in West Virginia, Romney, Evansville, Clarksburg, Parkersburg, Coolville, Athens, Branch Mountain, Moorefield, Front Run Valley, Camp Branch Run,...
Dates: 1788-1941

John Pendleton Kennedy (1795-1870) Papers

Collection Number: A&M 1301
Scope and Contents

Papers of a Baltimore essayist and novelist which include selected materials pertaining to the Berkeley Springs-Martinsburg-Winchester area, visits to Richmond, Salt Sulphur, and White Sulphur Springs, and a journey in 1850 to Philadelphia, New York, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and Louisville from Kennedy's journal, 1848-1855; and his diary, 1829-1832. There are also selected letters and portions of a diary copied from originals in the Library of Congress.

Dates: 1829-1862

Maria Schwald, Diary Regarding Cruise Along the Ohio River

Collection Number: A&M 4359
Content Description Typescript of a diary kept by Maria Schwald chronicling her cruise on the Ohio River aboard the steamboat Gordon C. Greene, including her visits to Huntington, Pittsburgh, and Cincinnati along the way. Schwald went on her trip in late July and travelled with "Two Pfisters, an Arnold, and two Schwalds", her relatives and close companions who were collectively nicknamed the "quintuplets". Typescript is bound with ribbon; a postcard depicting the Gordon C. Greene is pasted onto the...
Dates: 1935-1952

Queen City Coal Company Postcard Advertising Island Creek Coal

Collection Number: A&M 4492
Content Description

Postcard distributed by the Queen City Coal Company advertising Island Creek Coal, which was produced by the coal mining town of Holden in Logan County, West Virginia. The Queen City Coal Company was located in Cincinnati, Ohio and operated from 1905 until 1921. The postcard also contains two packs of sewing needles of varying sizes.

Dates: ca. 1910-1920

Thomas Green (1798-1881) Diary

Collection Number: A&M 1651
Overview Journal of a Tour through the States of Ohio and Kentucky, commenced Saturday, 29 July 1826, by Thomas Green of Richmond. This journal concludes on 1 April 1827, at Chillicothe. Green's western trip was for the purpose of pursuing land matters, but the journal contains notes on the social, political, and economic life of the old West. Green visited Front Royal, Harrisonburg, Warm Springs, Kanawha Falls, and the Salines of Virginia, crossed the river at Gallipolis, passed through the...
Dates: 1826-1827

Willis DeHass, Historian, Scrapbook regarding Ohio River Valley

Collection Number: A&M 0685

A scrapbook of newspaper clippings, with manuscript notes, prepared by Willis DeHass, historian and author. The clips, mainly from Pittsburgh and Cincinnati papers, deal with the Monongahela and Ohio and other Ohio Valley rivers, steamboats, bridges, canals, dams, and levees. Mention is made of the Pittsburgh and Connellsville Railroad, 1868.

Dates: circa 1868-1879

Woodbridge Mercantile Company Records

Collection Number: A&M 1455
Overview Letter and account books, clipping scrapbooks, and miscellaneous family papers of a pioneer, Ohio Valley, general merchandise firm founded by Dudley Woodbridge, Sr., at Marietta, Ohio, and operating under various names for a period of more than sixty years. The collection also includes the account books of Daniel, Richard, and John Greene, 1808-1844; account books of F.B. Loomis, 1842-1844; a medicinal formulary book; the estate records of John Brody; records of a pension and bounty land...
Dates: 1743-1882

Wylie-Tomlinson Letter Collection regarding the Civil War and Other Topics

Collection Number: A&M 4068
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Will Tomlinson, a newspaper publisher in southern Ohio, his wife Eliza Wylie Tomlinson, and their children Sarah Isabella Tomlinson and William Byers Tomlinson, as well as other family members, friends, and colleagues.The letters range from 1834 through 1897, the bulk of which date from 1861-1863 and from 1876-1880. Prominent topics include the relationships and activities of the Wylie-Tomlinson family, life in Cincinnati and Ripley Ohio, journalism and...
Dates: 1834-1914