A 19th-Century Cincinnati-Manufactured Picture Exhibitor

A 19th-Century Cincinnati-Manufactured Picture Exhibitor
Scott Gampfer
CMC’s Robinson Viewer Author: Scott Gampfer, Associate Vice President for Collections and Preservation Introduced to the United States from Europe
An X-Ray at the Shoe Store

An X-Ray at the Shoe Store
Scott Gampfer
The customer and shoe salesman (and a child’s parent) could then look into viewing ports and see the position of the bones of the feet within the outline of the shoe.
The Story of the Cincinnati Tablet

The Story of the Cincinnati Tablet
Tyler Swinney
The Cincinnati Tablet, approx. 1,200 years old, was discovered during 19th-century construction in downtown Cincinnati.
man holding book page

From the Card Catalog to the Internet
Christine Engels
The challenge facing me and my team is to fit older collections into these new standards and to get them online so researchers can see that we have them.
A Museum Without Walls: Invertebrate Paleontology Collection Now Online

A Museum Without Walls: Invertebrate Paleontology Collection Now Online
Brenda Hunda
Accessing information has traditionally been done through contact with curatorial staff or in-person visits to collections, until now.
Lionel Hampton at Cincinnati’s Regal Theater

Lionel Hampton at Cincinnati’s Regal Theater
Scott Gampfer
Lionel Hampton, renowned jazz musician and bandleader, known for his work on the vibraphone, piano, and drums, appeared at Cincinnati’s Regal Theater on Saturday, August 18, 1956.
Egypt's Most-Searched Questions

Egypt’s Most-Searched Questions
Chris Dobbs
Museums answer questions. But who’s asking? One place that’s full of questions is Google. In Most-Searched Questions, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to answer some of the most interesting questions the world has ever asked Google.
A Museum Without Walls: Technical Aspects

A Museum Without Walls: Technical Aspects
Anne Kling
CMC’s records on iDigBio Author: Anne Kling, Manager, Collections Databases In an earlier post, we announced the sharing of over
Bengals program

Programs From the Original Cincinnati Bengals
Scott Gampfer
The original Cincinnati Bengals professional football team was established as part of the American Football League in 1937. The AFL folded after the 1937 season, so the Bengals continued as an independent team until the formation of a new AFL in 1939.
Votes for Women pin

The Fight for the Vote
Sarah Staples
For many years, women in this country were denied even the most basic constitutional rights. They could not speak publically, sign contracts, gain a formal education, successfully own property separate from husbands or fathers or retain custody of their own children.
Maxwell Papers

Collections 101: What’s a Collection? Does your collection have good provenance?
Anne Kling
Museums and libraries collect materials in an effort to document human history and to learn more about the natural world. Museum Center acquires and preserves its collections of historically- or scientifically-important items as a public trust.
Portal to the World: Cincinnati Celebrates Its New Railroad Terminal

Portal to the World: Cincinnati Celebrates Its New Railroad Terminal
Scott Gampfer
On March 31, 1933, a turn of a ceremonial gold key unlocked the doors of Cincinnati’s brand new Union Terminal. The newspaper declared that a portal to the world had swung open.
Back of CMC’s copy of the Holt broadside

The Holt Broadside Printing of the Declaration of Independence
Scott Gampfer
On the evening of July 4th, 1776, Philadelphia printer and engraver John Dunlap, official printer to the Continental Congress, was given an order to print broadside copies of the Declaration of Independence. It is believed that Dunlap likely printed at least 200 copies that night and perhaps more.
What Could Have Been: Terminal Towers

What Could Have Been: Terminal Towers
Scott Gampfer
Union Terminal now houses three museums and an OMNIMAX Theater, but it could have been utilized in a completely different way!
Isotelus: Ohio State's Fossil

Isotelus: Ohio State’s Fossil
Brenda Hunda
Meet your state representative. I am not referring to your state senator or your district representative. This is a representative of Ohio’s rich and significant paleontological past.

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