The Bearcat Through the Decades
An exhibit highlighting the history of the UC Bearcat
University Archives - Online Exhibits Related to the history of the University of Cincinnati Expand
The Bearcat Through the Decades
An Edinburgh Urban Ghost Story
This ghost story was written as an assignment for the UC Honors seminar, The Culture of Books and Reading
The Fresh Painters
This exhibit tells the story of the Fresh Painters Club at the University of Cincinnati, a drama club known for their successful productions.
Going Greek: Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of Cincinnati
An exhibit examining the history of fraternity and sorority life at the University of Cincinnati
In Life and Death - The UC - Spring Grove Cemetery Connection
This exhibit is a continuing project that documents the relationship between UC and Spring Grove Cemetery through the tombstones of those who made the University of Cincinnati what it is today.
News Record Digitization Project
Digitized copies of the University of Cincinnati's independent student newspaper, The News Record
Printing and Knowledge: Architectural Symbols of the Carl Blegen Library
An exhibit which highlights the architectural features of the University of Cincinnati's Carl Blegen Library.
Joseph Baermann Strauss
An online exhibit by Dorothy Byers, hosted by the College of Engineering and Applied Science Library
School & Country: A Survey of Student Military Life at the University of Cincinnati
An exhibit which details the history of military life on UC's campus.
William Howard Taft 1908 campaign song, performed by CCM graduate students Albert Mühlböck and Brendan Emig, and recorded by CCM Associate Professor of Electonic Media Thomas Haines.
Urban Studies - Online Exhibts related to Cincinnati and ARB's Urban Studies Collection Expand
An exhibit highlighting the 2010 project to completely process the papers of Theodore Moody Berry, Cincinnati's first African mayor.
Various maps from the Archives and Rare Books Library's Rare Book Collection from 1802 through 1929.
A history of the Cincinnati subway and links to the digitized Cincinnati Subway and Street Improvements photographs
An exhibit featuring monthly calendar cards printed by the Strobridge Lithography Company, spanning the years 1896 – 1912.
An online exhibit featuring Louise Shropshire a Cincinnati Civl Rights pioneer and composer.
- Charles McMicken's Will Notice translated by Dr. Richard E. Schade
- Gemutlikeit, Schnitzelbank, and Kitsch: German American Caricature in Vintage Postcards
- Gut Heil! The 1909 Cincinnati German Turnfest and Urban Sport, an exhibit about the Turner Societies of Cincinnati and the city's German sports heritage.
- Old St. George Church: 1868-2008
- A View of German-American Almanacs
- "German-American Almanacs: A Window on German-American Life"
- Sacred Spaces of Greater Cincinnati and the German Influence
- Tolzmann, Don Heinrich, German-Americana Collection
- A War in Shades of Gray: German-Americans and Germany in the World War II Era
Rare Books Expand
- The Ambrose Bierce Letter Project
- The Art of the Pochoir Book
- Blue - In this exhibit of rare books from our holdings in the Archives & Rare Books Library, we present examples of the use of the color blue from hundreds of years ago to our present era, showing its use in books that cover a range of cultural meanings and heritage from around the world.
- Bookmongers and Other Delights of the Trade
An exhibit that explores the art of bookselling by Sydney Vollmer, ARB 2015-2016 Intern
- Celebrating Women's History: A Selected Bibliography from the Holdings of the Archives & Rare Books Library
- The Colored Citizen
- Commemorative Artist's Binding for Blegen's 75th Anniversary
- Documenting the Path to Freedom: Abolition and Anti-Slavery in Ohio
The Archives and Rare Books Library participated in Ohio Archives Month 2009 by highlighting two letters: one from Thomas Jefferson to Reverend David Barrow of Kentucky and a petition sent by Barrow to the United States Congress
- The Irish Literature Collection
- Miriam Irwin Collection of Margaret Armstrong Book Design
- The Life and Career of William Morris
- Rare Book Occasional - A blog that takes a closer look at items from ARB's rare books colllection
- Shakespeare's Quadricentennial
A Celebration of 400 years of Shakespeare by Sydney Vollmer, ARB Intern
- Travel and Exploration in the 18th and Early 19th Centuries: A View of the World through the Art of the Explorers
A look at the artistic renderings of the new lands discovered by European explorers.
- Virginius C. Hall Jacobite Collection
An exhibit providing an overview of the Archives and Rare Books Library's collection of rare books on the Jacobites.
- The William J. Lawrence Irish Theatre History Notebooks (Under Construction)
Images from the Leviathan: Watercolors of Whales from William Jardine's The Naturalist's Library
Past Galleries Expand
- A Hundred Years of Hoops: Coloring the History of Bearcat Basketball.
- Images of Progress: Cincinnati Industrial Exposition Posters.
- Printing and Knowledge: Architectural Symbols of the Carl Blegen Library.