George Rieveschl, Jr., Papers, 1916-2007
Collection No. 19

Abstract

The collection contains primarily papers covering George Rieveschl, Jr's, professional career, including his education. There are significant holdings, however, on his personal life, including correspondence, philanthropic work, and community involvement. Rieveschl was a chemist, known for his creation of Benadryl®. The papers cover his life from beginning to end, 1916-2007, and slightly beyond, with the bulk covering from the 1930s (the beginning of his advanced educational pursuits) until his death in 2007.
Volume: approximately 73.5 lin. ft.

Biographical Sketch

George Rieveschl, Jr., ca. 1943Born in Lockland, Ohio, to George and Alma (Hoffling) Rieveschl, George Rieveschl, Jr., is perhaps best known for the development of the life-saving antihistamine drug, Benadryl®, to which countless thousands owe their lives. However, chemical engineering, the field that brought him such fame, was not his first love. Rieveschl’s first degree was from the Ohio Mechanics Institute of Technology in 1933, with which he hoped to obtain work as a commercial artist. Because he graduated in the midst of the Great Depression, Rieveschl, along with thousands of others, could not find work. He spent time working at his parents' restaurant, then, ultimately Rieveschl made a momentous decision to take up another field of study—chemistry, although art continued to be important in his life.

Benadryl chemical formulaHe graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati 1937 and with a Doctoral degree in 1940. Immediately, he was offered and accepted a teaching position at the University of Cincinnati. Within two years he had become an assistant professor. During this time, he was researching non-stop and was working on finding an effective muscle relaxant to reduce spasms. Instead, he happened upon something much more important, betadimethyl-aminoethylbenzhydryl ether hydrochloride—a chemical compound now known to the world as Benadryl®, which is an antihistamine that blocks receptors in the capillaries that can be irritated by allergens and can, in extreme cases, cause death. Its benefit at the time was that, while not the first antihistamine, it caused significantly less drowsiness than the previous compounds on the market, and showed no real signs of toxicity in testing. His discovery of Benadryl® led to a position at Parke-Davis in Detroit in 1943, where Rieveschl went to test his new drug. Parke-Davis, now a subsidiary of Pfizer, was then the country’s largest drug manufacturer and provided Rieveschl with the opportunity to test Benadryl® in a variety of forms. The company purchased the rights to Benadryl® in 1946 and for the next 17 years, Rieveschl received a 5% royalty from the proceeds of all sales of the drug, profits for which rose to about $6 million per year by the early 1960s.

Before eventually leaving Parke-Davis, Rieveschl rose to the position of Vice President of Commercial Development. However, he had become disillusioned with the corporate world, and, ultimately, he missed life in academia and Cincinnati, and returned to the University of Cincinnati in 1970, taking the position of Vice President of Research and Special Projects. He stayed at the University until 1982, when he retired, but not before having started a Foundation for the University that continues to provide financial support for the growth and pursuit of special projects at UC.

George Rieveschl was a man of many interests. He knew people from all over and was involved in a diverse array of business, community, and philanthropic activities. He sat on numerous boards, often chemistry or pharmaceutical companies, but there were others, such as International Wine Importers, as he was a wine aficionado. He was heavily involved with the Literary Club in Cincinnati, and presented papers there and collected written material to take with him and share with his fellow club members. His love of art came through in his commitments to the Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM), the Contemporary Art Center, the Taft Museum, as well as other institutions and projects in and around the city. He donated numerous art pieces to CAM, and funded an art gallery space there.

What many do not know though, is that Rieveschl continued to pursue his craft throughout his life, even though he never became a professional artist. He painted a series of landscapes, several pieces of abstract art, designed holiday cards to send to friends and family, and not to mention the hundreds of doodles that exist in the Rieveschl archives collection, most of which are quite elaborate. His doodles are an indication of the level of thought processes running through his mind so much of the time, and his commitment to focusing on the tasks at hand (doodling has been show to help focus attention).

Rieveschl's personal life was as complex as the rest of his life. He married his first wife, Betty, in the late 1930s. The couple had two sons, Jan L. (now a retired clinical psychologist), and Gary (a landscape, installation artist). Rieveschl and his first wife divorced amicably in 1968. In 1972, Rieveschl married a second time to Joan. They were married until 1996, when they divorced. In March 1999, Rieveschl married a third and final time to Ellen, who was still happily married to him at the time of his death on September 27, 2007.

Rieveschl collected many friends throughout his life, which is evidenced by the vast amount of personal correspondence in the collection. Notable friends include Joe Williams, who Rieveschl met at Parke-Davis, Joe Steger of the University of Cincinnati, and Warren Bennis, also of UC, to name just a few.

Finding Aid and Organization of Collection February 16, 2010

Scope and Content Notes

The Rieveschl archives was donated to the Lloyd Library and Museum and delivered to the library in approximately 2 batches. The first part of the donation was received while Rieveschl was still living and which he went through before sending to the library. The second, larger, portion was received posthumously. Processing was not begun until all materials were received. Material arrived in a largely unorganized state, though there were pockets of like materials, such as those for the research group HARP and the Literary Club, as well as materials on Benadryl®. After an initial assessment and inventory of the collection, an organizational scheme was devised, the results of which can be seen below in the Series and Subseries listing. Approximately half of the archival materials cover Rieveschl's professional development and career. The rest is largely divided between Rieveschl's philanthropic work (and awards related to that) and personal projects and correspondence.

Along with the approximately 65 linear feet of materials donated, there were several hundred books donated. These were weeded for topics of interest to the library. The ones that were maintained in the Lloyd collection can be found in the online catalog, by searching for "local" call number, "Rieveschl Collection." These include Rieveschl's textbooks in chemistry, later scientific works on the environment, ornithology and climate, history of medicine and more.

Series and Subseries Listing

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Series A: Biographical/Early Life Materials
Box
File
Description
1
1
"Mother’s Book," The Chatterbox plus genealogical information from Alma Hoffling Rieveschl, 1886, 1840
1
2
Botany Book of Alma Hoffling Rieveschl, Hughes High School Herbarium, [ca. late 1800s]
1
3
"First Book," The Night Before Christmas, ca. 1916
1
4
Baby Ephemera, ca 1916
1
5
Elementary School Report Cards and Ephemera, ca. 1920s
1
6
Family Documents, genealogical information, parents’ divorce decree, n.d., 1937
1
7
Family Deaths, notices and information, 1940-1973
1
8
Miscellaneous personal ephemera, 1900-1943
Series B: Educational Materials
Box
File
Description
1
9
The Landon School, The Landon Course of Cartooning, n.d.
1
10
Ohio Mechanics Institute (OMI), The Micrometer, 1927, 1929
1
11
OMI, The Micrometer, 1930
2
1
OMI, The Micrometer, 1931
2
2
OMI, The Micrometer, 1932
2
3
OMI, The Micrometer, 1933
2
4
OMI, Commencement program, 1933
2
5
OMI, Alumni materials, 1960-1963
2
6
OMI/College of Applied Science, Spring Celebration Program, 1994
2
7
OMI, Alumni event for University of Cincinnati’s 175th Anniversary, 1995
2
8
OMI, miscellaneous Alumni events and school anniversaries, n.d., 1998-2002
2
9
OMI/College of Applied Science, 175th Anniversary, 2003-4
2
10
UC, "English I Paper: Thomas Hardy: His Art and Philosophy," 1934
2
11
UC, Renaissance Italy, notebook, 1935
2
12
UC, "Darwinian Concepts of Evolution and Origin of Species," notes, 1935
2
13
UC, Good Reading: A Thousand Interesting and Significant Books (1935)
3
1
UC, Principles of General Chemistry notebook, 1935-36
3
2
UC, Logarithms and Antilogarithms, 1937
3
3
UC, "Advanced Organic Chemistry and selected topics in organic chemistry," notebook, 1937-8
3
4
UC, "Special Topics in Organic Chemistry," notebook, 1938
3
5
UC, "Chemical Thermodynamics I," notebook, 1937-8
3
6
UC, "Physical Chemistry," notebook, [ca. 1937-8]
3
7
UC, "Physical Chemistry, 2nd semester," notebook, 1937-8
3
8
UC, "Special Topics in Physical Chemistry," notebook, 1937-8
3
9
UC, "Ureas and Urethans of Fluorene," given at Ohio Academy of Science, Wooster, OH, May 6, 1938 [empty envelope with this information]
4
1
UC, "The Chemistry of Fluorene," Thesis notebook, 1937
4
2
UC, Transcripts, 1937
4
3
UC/Ph.D., "Cancer and Carcinogenic Compounds," notes, 1938
4
4
UC/Ph.D., "Differential Equations," notebook, 1938-9
4
5
UC/Ph.D., "Chemical Thermodynamics II," notebook, 1938-9
4
6
UC/Ph.D., "Chemical Thermodynamics," notes, 1939
4
7
UC/Ph.D., "Application of Equilibrium Studies," notes, [ca. 1939]
4
8
UC/Ph.D., "Inorganic and Physical Chemistry & Analytical Chemistry," notebook, [ca. 1939]
4
9
UC/Ph.D., "Liquid Ammonia Solutions," notes, 1939-40
5
1
UC/Ph.D., "Organic Chemistry," notebook, 1939
5
2
UC/Ph.D., "Local Anesthetics," research notebook, [ca.1940]
5
3
UC/Ph.D., "Colloids," notebook, 1940
5
4
UC/Ph.D., "Research," notebook, [ca. 1940]
5
5
UC/Ph.D., Chemical Compound notecards, n.d.
5
6
UC/Ph.D., "Phase Rule Diagrams," notes and diagrams, n.d.
5
7
UC/Ph.D., Bulletin of the Graduate Chemical Society, 1938
5
8
UC/Ph.D., "Fluorene Compounds. Nitrogen Derivatives," reprint, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1938
5
9
UC/Ph.D., Fluorene, correspondence, 1938-1940
5
10
UC/Ph.D., Fluorene, publications by Armando Novelli, [ca. 1939]
5
11
UC/Ph.D., Fluorene, research notes, [ca. 1939]
5
12
UC/Ph.D., miscellaneous notes taken from textbooks [?], [ca. 1930s]
5
13
UC/Ph.D., miscellaneous notes taken from textbooks [?], [ca. 1934-6]
5
14
UC/Ph.D., "The Structure and Synthesis of Vitamin B6," Bulletin of the Graduate Chemical Society, 1939 by Rieveschl
5
15
UC/Ph.D., Research, [ca. 1940]
5
16
UC/Ph.D., Commencement Programs, 1939, 1940 [GR Jr.’s Ph.D. Graduation year]
5
17
UC/Ph.D., transcripts, 1940
5
18
UC/Alumni, UC Alumni House, 1965-6, 1983
5
19
UC/Alumni,  Cincinnati Alumnus, 1966-8
6
1
UC/Alumni, Arizona Alumni group, correspondence and roster, 1966-7
6
2
UC/Alumni, Articles – miscellaneous, n.d., 1975-1995
6
3
UC/Alumni, The Best of Co-Op, 2005-6 [magazine]
6
4
UC/Alumni, Chemistry, Department of, correspondence and needs report, 1968
6
5
UC/Alumni, Chemistry, Department of, newsletters, ca. 1963, 1987
6
6
UC/Alumni, Class Reunions,  ca. 1970s-2000
6
7
UC/Alumni, College Conservatory of Music,  reports on other arts and music programs, 2005-6
6
8
UC/Alumni, College-Conservatory of Music, CCM Village, 1999
6
9
UC/Alumni, Commencement programs and notes, 1965-6
6
10
UC/Alumni, Commencement program, 1982
6
11
UC/Alumni, Corporate Fund report, 1981
6
12
UC/Alumni, Correspondence – General, 1965-94
6
13
UC/Alumni, Correspondence – Small, John E. "Jed," 1964-7
6
14
UC/Alumni, Council of Deans, report, 2003
6
15
UC/Alumni, Department Profiles, [ca. 1984]
6
16
UC/Alumni, Development Reports, 1964, 1967, 1991
6
17
UC/Alumni, Distinguished Alumni Award, correspondence, programs, and publications, 1990
6
18
UC/Alumni, Engineering, College of, Miscellaneous publications, 1989-90
7
1
UC/Alumni, Engineering, College of, Strategic Plan, 1989-1994
7
2
UC/Alumni, Engineering, College of, Information Packet, 1999
7
3
UC/Alumni, Engineering, College of, Ohio Infrastructure Institute, [ca. 1989]
7
4
UC/Alumni, Engineering, College of, Dept. of Chem. Eng. Newsletters, 1949-73
7
5
UC/Alumni, Geology, Department of, correspondence, publications, and miscellaneous, 1983-2006
7
6
UC/Alumni, Law, College of, giving opportunities, [ca. 1983]
7
7
UC/Alumni, Libraries, Source [newsletter], and misc., 2002-5
7
8
UC/Alumni, Medical Center, Publications, 1990-2
7
9
UC/Alumni, Medical Center, Millennium Plan, information packet, [ca. 2000-2]
7
10
UC/Alumni, Medicine, College of, Donald C. Harrison and Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, 1986, 1995
7
11
UC/Alumni, Medicine, College of, The History of Ophthalmology in Cincinnati, 1996
7
12
UC/Alumni, News [U.C.], 1964-9
7
13
UC/Alumni, Nursing and Health, College of, information packet, [ca. 1989]
7
14
UC/Alumni, Publications, miscellaneous, 1965
7
15
UC/Alumni, Publications, miscellaneous, 1999
8
1
UC/Alumni, Publications, UCResearch, 1995
8
2
UC/Alumni, Speeches, notes for, attended, given, 1964-6
8
3
UC/Alumni, Speeches – Commencements, with clippings on others’ commencement speeches, 1965-6
8
4
UC/Alumni, U.C. Day Banquet programs, 1964-8, 1976
8
5
UC/Alumni, U.C. Day Banquet, correspondence, publications, and programs, 1964-6
8
6
UC/Alumni, Varsity Village and Outdoor Recreation Planning Study, 2000
Series C: Professional Career

Subseries 1: University of Cincinnati (1940-43)

Box
File
Description
8
7
Employment Opportunities, 1940-49
8
8
Resume, [ca. 1940]
8
9
Consumer Products Development Company, contract, 1942
8
10
Students – Controulis, John, [ca. 1940-43] [see also Appendix]
8
11
Students – Dent, Samuel G., Jr., [ca. 1942]
8
12
Students – Dent, Samuel G., Jr., Paper on Ethylene, n.d.
8
13
Students – Fleming, Robert W., Fluoranthene term paper, 1941
8
14
Students – Fleming, Robert W., Neopentyl Alcohol term paper, 1942-3
8
15
Students – Hensel, S. L., Jr., notes, 1942
8
16
Students – Holton, Gordon R., notes, 1941
8
17
Students – Huber, W. Frederick, notecards (1), [ca. 1938-42]
8
18
Students – Huber, W. Frederick, notecards (2), [ca. 1941]
8
19
Students – Huber, W. Frederick, Organic Research notebook, 1941
9
1
Students – Huber, W. Frederick, Organic Research notebook, 1942-43
9
2
Students – Huber, W. Frederick, References, Organic Research, Ph.D. Thesis, [ca. 1943]
9
3
Students – Huber, W. Frederick, Lab notes, Organic Chemistry, includes correspondence, 1942, 1945, n.d.
9
4
Students – MacGregor, Ian R., "N1 – Heterocyclic Sulfanilamides," 1942
9
5
Students – MacGregor, Ian R., "Chrysene," 1942
9
6
Students – Philbrook, George Edwin, Local Anesthetics paper, 1942
9
7
Students – Pierce, John H., bibliography references, 1942
9
8
Students – Reiff, R. H., notes, 1942
9
9
Students – Rogers, Edwin M., "5-Alkoxy-5-Phenylhydrantoins," n.d.
9
10
Students – Stecker, Herbert C., "Resumé of Published Patents on Fluorene and Fluorene Derivatives," 1941
9
11
Students – Walters, James, reference notes, [ca. 1942]
9
12
Students – Weisz, Suzanne, notes, [ca. 1942]
9
13
Students – Werner, Roy, notes, [ca. 1942]
9
14
Lecture notes, Organic chemistry, 1941
9
15
Lecture notes, Organic chemistry seminar 1, 1942
9
16
Lecture notes, Organic chemistry seminar 2, 1942
9
17
Teaching, Quizzes and notes, [ca. 1940-43]
9
18
Teaching, Quiz keys 1, [ca. 1942]
9
19
Teaching, Quiz keys 2, [ca. 1942]
9
20
Teaching, Quiz keys 3, [ca. 1942]
9
21
Teaching, Quiz keys 4, [ca. 1942]
10
1
Correspondence "A-G," 1940-44
  • Adams, Roger
  • Boehm, E. J.
  • Campbell, Kenneth N.
  • Carlin, J. J.
  • Day, James
  • Deasy, Clara
  • Dent, Samuel
  • Dolian, Frank E.
  • Du Pont de Nemours, E.I., and Company
  • Dutchess, Charles [Chas] E.
  • Gowdy, R.C.
10
2
Correspondence "H-P," 1938-42
  • Hass, H. B.
  • Hinds, G. E.
  • Kroger, A. P.
  • De Laszlo, H. G.
  • Lee. C. R.
  • Lewis, Donald (Dr.)
  • Loen, Earl
  • Marvel, C.S.
  • Mayo, P. R.
  • Monsanto Chemical Company
  • [N]ewman, Melvin S.
  • Norton, James H. (Dr.)
  • Novelli, Armando (Dr.)
  • Payne, J. H. [The Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Company]
10
3
Correspondence, Merrell, Wm. S., Co., 1940-42, n.d.
10
4
Correspondence, Merrell, Wm. S., Co., 1942-47, n.d.
10
5
Correspondence "R-Z; no last name," 1940-43, n.d.
  • Raney, Murray
  • Roche, J. N.
  • Schaefer, J. J.
  • Shelton, Robert S.
  • Shrewsbury, C. L. (Dr.)
  • Shriner, R. L.
  • Snow, D. S.
  • Tiedke, Carl (Dr.)
  • Tour, R. S. (Professor)
  • Walters, Raymond
  • Wiley, W. Bradford
  • Willard, H. L.
  • Wiselogle, Frederick Y. (Dr.)
  • Wolfrom, M. L.
  • [?], Bill
  • [?], Fred
  • [Wallen?], R. [?]
10
6
Correspondence, Selective Service, 1940-45
10
7
Publications, "Antimalarials: natural and synthetic," confidential report by H.S. Mosher, 1942
10
8
Publications, "Philosophy’s Ulterior Motives," [by Bertrand Russell, with notes from G.R.], n.d.
10
9
Publications, Notes and research for Voltaire paper, American Chemical Society, 1941
10
10
Publications, Voltaire paper drafts, American Chemical Society, 1941
10
11
Research, Articles, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1906-41 [see also Appendix]
10
12
Research, Articles, journals "C-I," 1914-42 [see also Appendix]
10
13
Research, Articles, journals "J-Q," 1937-43 [see also Appendix]
10
14
Research, Articles, journals, Recueil des Travaux Chimiques des Pays-Bas, 1933-38
10
15
Research, Articles, journals, "S-Z," 1925-38 [see also Appendix]
10
16
Research, Articles, Chemistry, History of, 1928-41
10
17
Research, Ideas, notebook, 1940
10
18
Research, "Research I," notebook, 1940-41
11
1
Research, Acelyteus, n.d.
11
2
Research, Alcohols, n.d.
11
3
Research, Alcohols, Preparation of, [ca. 1940]
11
4
Research, Anthraquinone, notes and paper draft, 1940
11
5
Research, Antimalarials, 1941
11
6
Research, Benzimidazoles, 1926, 1943
11
7
Research, Bromide, 1941
11
8
Research, Fluorine, Chemistry of, [ca. 1941]
11
9
Research, Fluorine/Fluorene, Reprints, [ca. 1941] [see also Appendix]
11
10
Research, Fluorene, Select Papers, [ca. 1940]
11
11
Research, Fluorescence, Literature and demonstrations, 1941-42
11
12
Research, Fluorescence, Test sheets, 1941
11
13
Research, Fluorescence, Test sheets and notes, 1942
11
14
Research, Fluorescent test, 1943
11
15
Research, Fluorescent test with correspondence, 1943
11
16
Research, Fluorescence, Test development, 1941-44
11
17
Research, Fluorescence Tests, Correspondence, G.P.J., n.d.
11
18
Research, Gas Masks, 1942
11
19
Research, Glycol Sterilization, [ca. 1941]
11
20
Research, Grignard Reaction note cards, bibliographic references, [ca. 1941]
11
21
Research, Grignard Reaction, "The Preparation of a Cyclohexypentenol by the Grignard Reaction," 1940
11
22
Research, Marihuana, Chemical constituents of, [ca. 1940]
11
23
Research, Miscellaneous notes, [ca. 1941]
11
24
Research, NaNH2, n.d.
11
25
Research, Oxidation note cards, [ca. 1941]
11
26
Research, Phenanthrene, Chemistry of, [ca. 1942] [1] [see also Appendix]
12
1
Research, Phenanthrene, Chemistry of, [ca. 1942] [2]
12
2
Research, Phenanthrene, Chemistry of, [ca. 1942] [3]
12
3
Research, Phenanthrene, Chemistry of, [ca. 1942] [4]
12
4
Research, Polyenis, [ca. 1942]
12
5
Research, Resonance and Dyes, 1940-42
12
6
Research, Sulfanilamides, 1940
12
7
Research, Sulfanilamides, notes on the history of, [ca.1940]
12
8
Research, Sulfanilamides and disease, [ca. 1940]
12
9
Research, Sulfanilamides, substitutions, [ca. 1941]
12
10
Research, Sulfanilamides, synthetics, [ca. 1941]
12
11
Research, Sulfanilamides, notes, [ca. 1940]
12
12
Research, Syntheses – unsaturated, Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, [ca. 1940]
12
13
Research, Synthetic Medicinals, [ca. 1940] [1]
12
14
Research, Synthetic Medicinals, [ca. 1940] [2]
12
15
Research, Synthetic Medicinals, [ca. 1941]
12
16
UC/Parke-Davis [P-D], Pharmacological Tests of Antihistamine at Parke-Davis, 1942-43

Subseries 2: Parke-Davis

12
17
Personnel, Rieveschl's records, 1943-1965
12
18
Personnel, Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1950-69, 2000, n.d.
12
19
Policy Concerning Conflicts of Interest, 1961, 1963, n.d.
12
20
Agreements and Patents, 1945-48
12
21
Patents, 1949-50
Volumes1-8 belong with previous Subseries, but are shelved physically in this location
Vol.
1
UC, Research, Notebook, Vitamin research, n.d.
Vol.
2
UC, Research, Notebook, Organic Chemistry research, with Benzhydryl ethers notes (1944), n.d.
Vol.
3
UC, Research, Notebook, Oxidation research, with notes and correspondence, [ca. 1938-1941]
Vol.
4
UC, Research, Notebook, various topics, 1941-42
Vol.
5
UC, Research, Notebook, benzaldehyde and various other related compounds, 1943
Vol.
6
UC, Research, Notebook, "Idea Book," 1943
Vol.
7
UC, Research, Notebook, Benadryl
Vol.
8
UC, Research, Notebook, miscellaneous experiments, 1937-[ca.1940s]
13
1
Correspondence, general [crossover period], 1942-June 1943
13
2
Correspondence, general [crossover period], July-December 1943
13
3
Correspondence, promotion [Ass't Dir. Of Chemical Division, Research], "A-Z," 1947
  • Kimzey, Earl
  • Meyer, N. H.
  • H??, E. J.[name illegible]
13
4
Correspondence, promotion [Director of Chemical Research], "A-Z," 1949, n.d.
  • Anderson, Lou
  • Lott, Charles H.
  • Rieveschl, George, Sr.
13
5
Correspondence, promotion [Scientific Ass't to Harry Loynd, Pres.], "A-C," 1954-55
  • A?, Warren
  • Arelson, Frank E.
  • Beemer, L. H.
  • Black, Donald B.
  • Blicke, F. F.
  • Bours, W. A.
  • Carney, Thomas P.
  • Carter, A. E.
  • Castagnet, O.
  • Chalmers, William H.
  • Clark, Melvin E.
  • Cogger, [R. M.]
  • Collison, Koder M.
13
6
Correspondence, promotion [Scientific Ass't to Harry Loynd, Pres.], "D-J," 1954-55
  • Donat, George
  • Dripps, Sam M.
  • Emery, Alden H.
  • Fisher, C. U.
  • Flanedy, L. S.
  • Frey, Richard W.
  • Frohlich, L. W.
  • Guthmann, W. S.
  • Harris, Thomas
  • Hass, H. B.
  • Herbst, Robert M.
  • Jeeves, W. R. [Richard]
  • Johnson, [?]
13
7
Correspondence, promotion[Scientific Ass't to Harry Loynd, Pres.], "L-N," 1954-55
  • Laurie, W. D., Jr. [Bill]
  • Lescohier, D. H. [Don]
  • Levesque, C. L. [Charlie]
  • Loynd, H. J.
  • Luckett, Forrest M. [Bud]
  • Mash, P.
  • Mayberry, William A.
  • McElenea, William H., Jr. [Bill]
  • McGregor, Harold G. [Sandy]
  • Melcher, W. H.
  • Menotti, A. R.
  • Merker, H. M. [Harvey]
  • Moliohoff, Bill
  • Nason, Howard K.
  • Neldon, F. H.
13
8
Correspondence, promotion[Scientific Ass't to Harry Loynd, Pres.], "O-S," 1954-55
  • Paulsen, Harry E.
  • Pingel, Johns. [Johnny]
  • Pollard, C. B.
  • Pope, Frank B.
  • Scudi, John V.
  • Sears, C. A.
  • Shelton, Robert S.
  • Smith, C. D.
  • Smith, G. W.
  • Stack, James H.
  • Stevens, C. L.
  • Stoner, Lloyd
13
9
Correspondence, promotion[Scientific Ass't to Harry Loynd, Pres.], "T-Z" and no last name, 1954-55
  • Tasker, G. C.
  • Tennant, Hugh R.
  • Tishler, Max
  • Thompson, Barnard
  • Tompkins, L. G. [Tommy]
  • Van Campen, M. G., Jr., Ph.D.
  • Walmsley, Haines P.
  • Wernet, C. R. [Dick]
  • Wiant, Thoburn
  • Worden, Eugene C., Jr.
  • Yarbrough, N. L.
  • Yonkman, Frederick F., M.D. [Fritz]
  • ?, Frank
13
10
Correspondence, promotion [Director of Marketing and Research], "A-Z," 1959
  • Klein, Wayne
13
11
Correspondence, promotion [VP and Director of Commercial Development], "A-E," 1960-61
  • Archer, J. R. [Ray]
  • Arnow, L. Earle, Ph.D., M.D.
  • Avery, Roy
  • Bauman, W. F. [Bill]
  • Blohm, H.
  • Brennan, John S.
  • Bywater, William G.
  • Dabovich, Thomas C. [Tom]
  • Daniels, Harold K.
  • Decamp, John P.
  • Della Beffa, Luigi
  • Dicks, M. W.
  • Donaldson, B. L.
  • Emelin, Arthur C.
  • Evans, C. W. [Carl]
13
12
Correspondence, promotion [VP and Director of Commercial Development], "F-L," 1960-61
  • Gonzalez, O. A. [Ozzie]
  • Gosselin, Raymond A.
  • Greene, Hoke S.
  • Griffith, Walter L.
  • Guthmann, W. S.
  • Hambley, G. B. [Gordon]
  • Heard, Bill
  • Huddle, C. F.
  • Jacottet, C. M.
  • Jochems, V. Frank
  • Kowalewski, J. F.
  • Kuhl, Thorn
  • Lang, Louis W. [Lou]
  • Langlykke, Asger F. Ph.D.
  • Larsen, Ches B.
  • Lawrence, Richard M. [Dick]
13
13
Correspondence, promotion [VP and Director of Commercial Development], "M-T," 1960-61
  • Manolo, Marcelino
  • Maxwell, F. H.
  • McNeil, Robert L., Jr.
  • Nowotny, R., Dr. [Richard]
  • Pope, Frank B.
  • Rice, Raymond M., M.D. [Ray]
  • Rogers, C. A. [Cliff]
  • Ross, D. R. [Dan]
  • Russell, L. R. [Bob]
  • Scherer, R. P., Jr.
  • Shannon, George
  • Skea, Patrick J.
  • Smith, Leslie O.
  • Stack, James H.
  • Swanson, D. A.
  • Tasker, G. C. [Cari]
  • Tompkins, Jack A.
13
14
Correspondence, promotion [VP and Director of Commercial Development], "U-Z" and no last name, 1960-61
  • Vierros, George
  • White, Theo J., Ph.C.
  • Yamasaki, Minoru
  • Zabor, J. William [Bill]
  • ?, Alex [?]
  • ?, Bill
  • ?, Fred [?]
13
15
Correspondence, promotion, n.d. [1947?]
  • Anderson, Thomas C.
13
16
Clippings, promotion, 1949
13
17
Clippings, promotion, 1954-55
13
18
Clippings, promotion to Board of Directors, 1958
13
19
Clippings, promotion, 1959
13
20
Clippings, promotion, 1960-61
13
21
Correspondence, resignation, 1965
  • Andrews, S. E.
  • Bratton, Andrew Calvin, Dr.
  • C. Castaño, E. [Edward]
  • G. Crespo, Rogelio, Dr.
  • Denis, Denise and Paul
  • Elslager, Ed
  • Holcomb, W. F.
  • Johnson, G. Fred
  • Long, Loren
  • Loynd and Burrows
  • Ottke, Robert C.
  • Schaich, Karl, DVM
  • White, T. J.
13
22
Correspondence, drafts of resignation letter and "Memorandum to Myself," 1965
13
23
Clippings, resignation, 1965
13
24
Correspondence, general, "A," 1953-58
  • Anderson, Robert E.
  • Arnold, Richard T., Dr.
13
25
Correspondence, general, "B," 1945-64
  • Bajak, Henry W.
  • Bandelin, F. J.
  • Banks, C. T.
  • Bieber, G. D.
  • Bjorksten, J.
  • Blohm, H.
  • Bratton, A. C., Jr., M.D.
  • Burckhalter, J. H.
  • Burlage, Henry M., Dr., Dean
  • Burrows, ?
13
26
Correspondence, general, Bodenmann, Hans U., 1954, 1964
13
27
Correspondence, general, Burrows, [?], and Sweet [?], 1964
13
28
Correspondence, general, "C," 1955-59
  • Caldwell, John B.
  • Campbell, J. Douglas
  • Carter, A. E.
  • Castro, Ataliba de Oliveira, Jr., Dr.
  • Clark, H. V.
  • Controulis, John
13
29
Correspondence, general, "D," 1954-1965
  • Dabovich, Thomas C.
  • Dent, Sam
  • Denton, J. J.
  • Dicks, M.W.
  • Doisy, E. A., Dr.
  • Donat, George
13
30
Correspondence, general, "E-F," 1946-58, n.d.
  • Egan, Paul, Dr., and Elles, [?], Dr.
  • Fatty Chemical Co., The
  • Fenton, Meryl M., M.D.
  • Frey, Richard W.
13
31
Correspondence, general, "G," 1994-95
  • Gagliardi, Alfred
  • Gakenheimer, Walter C., Ph.D.
  • Garber, Harold
  • Gil, Peter P.
  • Gilman, Henry
  • Gingrich, M. M.
  • Gonzalez, O. A.
  • Gormley, William, Jr.
  • Gray, Jacques Pierce, Dr.
  • Gushéé, Richard
14
1
Correspondence, general, Gorzalski, E. J., 1965-71, n.d.
14
2
Correspondence, general, "H," 1946-1959
  • Hachen, Harry H.
  • Hammer, E.
  • Hardy, C.E.
  • Hicks, J. Glenn
  • Hilberry, Clarence, B.
  • Holcomb
  • Horning, E. C.
  • Hotel Ten Eyck
  • Huber, W. F., Dr.
  • Hultman, Stanley J.
14
3
Correspondence, general, "J," 1948-59
  • Jacottet, C. M.
  • Janssen, Paul, Dr.
  • Jones, T. W.
14
4
Correspondence, general, "K," 1948-61
  • Keller, George M.
  • Klein, Wayne
  • Kuhl, Thorn
14
5
Correspondence, general, "L," 1944-65
  • Lambert, E. H.
  • Lamberti-Zanardi, Bruno, Dr.
  • Lang, Louis W.
  • Laskaris, Costas Nikolas
  • Lauber, Marianne
  • Lehman, Arnold J., M.D.
  • Linen, James H. (Time Magazine)
  • Lippincott and Margulies (Walter P. Margulies)
  • Loew, Earl R., Dr.
  • Loynd, Harold J.
  • Luckett, Forrest M.
14
6
Correspondence, general, Loynd, Burrows, et al, 1964
14
7
Correspondence, general, Loynd, Harry, and Erdmann, Harold, 1963
14
8
Correspondence, general, [L., E.], [ca. 1962]
14
9
Correspondence, general, "M," 1948-[ca. 1980]
  • Macy, John W.
  • MacCartney, J. A.
  • Marshall, George H.
  • McNeill, William
  • Meacham, J. C.
  • Moore, Robert C. (Michigan Family Planning Service)
  • Moore, Robert F.
  • Morris, Doug, Dr.
  • Murray, J. H.
  • Myers, Homers S.
14
10
Correspondence, general, "N-O," 1948-59
  • Neptun, R. P.
  • New York State Pharmaceutical Association
  • Norcia, William M.
  • Novelli, Armando
  • Nowotny, R. Dr. [Sandoz Biochemie]
  • Oesper, R. E.
14
11
Correspondence, general, "P," 1955-[ca. 1966]
  • Palmer, David W.
  • Papa, Domenick
  • Parker, George E., Jr.
  • Payne, C. A., Dr.
14
12
Correspondence, general, Pauling, Linus, Dr. 1946, 1951, 1955
14
13
Correspondence, general, "R," 1944-59, n.d.
  • Ray, Francis E.
  • Ray, Frank and Esther
  • Reid, Edward
  • Rhodes Chemical Corporation, The
  • Ritchie, Herbert E.
  • Robbins, H. W.
  • Rom, Jack, M.D.
  • Ross, Dan
  • Royer, Richard R.
  • Russell, L. R.
14
14
Correspondence, general, "Sa-Sm," 1944-67
  • Salsbury Laboratories (see also Businesses and Boards)
  • Saltzman, [?]
  • Schley, F. F. [Frank]
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Smith, Austin
  • Smith, C. D.
  • Smith, Carl
  • Smith, Donald P.
  • Smith, G. W.
  • Smith, [?]
14
15
Correspondence, general, "Sp-Sz," 1944-64
  • Spies, Tom D., Dr.
  • Spoug, Art
  • Sterum, Ralph
  • Stockton, Sister Mary Rose
  • Swanson, D. A.
  • Sweet, [?], Dr., and Holcomb, [?]
  • Sweet, L. A.
  • Sweet, Dr., and Loynd, Harold, and [?]
  • Szasz, Julius
14
16
Correspondence, general, "T-U," 1944-80
  • Theimer, Ernst T.
  • Thom, Robert
  • Ullyot, Glenn E.
14
17
Correspondence, "W-Y," 1951-65
  • Walker, Graydon [also: Weidknecht, E. B.]
  • Wallen, Richard, Dr.
  • Walter, John
  • Waugh, Richard C.
  • Wernet, R.
  • Weston, Arthur W.
  • White, T. J.
  • Wianti, Thoburn
  • Williams, Donald
  • Wiselogle, F. Y.
  • Wolfley, [?]
  • Yamasaki, Minoru
  • Yonkman, Frederick
14
18
Correspondence, general, first name only, "B-T," 1943-65
  • [?], Bill
  • [?], Bill
  • [?], Bob
  • [?], Earl
  • [?], John
  • [?], Julian
  • [?], Thorn
14
19
Correspondence, general, no name, 1944-91, n.d.
  • [?]
  • [?], UC Department of Chemical Engineering
  • [?]
  • [?]
14
20
Ephemera, 1945, n.d.
14
21
Administration, Committee Chairmen and Vice Chairmen, n.d.
14
22
Administration, Organization charts and notes, [ca. 1957]
14
23
Administration, Organization and market research notes, 1955, n.d.
14
24
Products, "Principal Indicators for our Products in Various Fields of Medicine," presentation, 1957
14
25
Products, Commercial Development Committee, 1961
14
26
Products, Clippings and company published literature, 1968, n.d.
14
27
Products, "Chloromycetin – Stryene Process: A Survey of the Carlo Erba Method," 1963
14
28
Products, "Quantab: A New Technique for Quality Control," Linayer Corp, n.d.
14
29
Products, correspondence, 1947
14
30
Company, P-D publications, including Parke-Davis Review, 1961-62, 1977-78
14
31
Company, P-D publications, Parke-Davis International, no. 3, 1965
15
1
Company, P-D publications, Parke-Davis at 100, 1966
15
2
Company, P-D publications, The Firing Line, 1958, 1974, 1977
15
3
Company, P-D/Warner Lambert, Warner-Lambert World, 1977
15
4
Company, P-D publications, clippings, n.d.
15
5
Events, ephemera, 1949-53
15
6
Events, ephemera, 1958, n.d.
15
7
Industry news, correspondence, 1947, 1955
15
8
Industry news, 1964
15
9
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), materials found loose in a folder labeled MIT, notes on building a house, and Economics Report from the 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955, n.d.
15
10
MIT, Course syllabus – The New Environment of Industrial Management, miscellaneous publications, 1955-56
15
11
MIT, Course materials, "Analyzing and Appraising Office Operations...," and "Computer Programming," n.d.
15
12
MIT, Course materials, "Post-war Business Financing," and publications, [1955]-1956
15
13
MIT, Course materials, "Program for Senior Executives," [1955-56]
15
14
MIT, Course materials, sample business court decisions, [1955-56]
15
15
MIT, Course materials, "Economic Implications of Business Financing," [1955-56]
15
16
MIT, Joint Investment Bulletin, American Life Convention, 1956
15
17
MIT, Course materials, "National Income Accounting," 1956-57
15
18
MIT, Course materials, "Social Insurance and Allied Services," [1956-57
15
19
MIT, Course materials, "On the Grounds and Limits of the Laissez-faire..." [1956]
15
20
MIT, Course materials, miscellaneous, 1956, n.d.
15
21
MIT, Course materials, miscellaneous articles, 1953
15
22
MIT, Course materials, notes, 1956
15
23
MIT, Course materials, miscellaneous articles [Sears and management], [ca. 1956]
15
24
MIT, Course materials, Presentation schedule and other materials, 1956
15
25
MIT, Course materials, "The Changing American Market," [1953]
15
26
MIT, Course materials, "Liberty of Contract," n.d.
15
27
MIT, Dinner banquet program, 1962
The following MIT materials, files 1-11, were in a binder and in the order found as follows:
16
1
MIT, Copy of binder cover and unidentified photograph, [ca. 1956]
16
2
MIT, Course materials, notes, [ca. 1956]
16
3
MIT, Course materials, handouts and notes, 1956
16
4
MIT, Course materials, Program for Senior Executives, schedules and handouts, 1956
16
5
MIT, Course materials, notes, 1956
16
6
MIT, Course materials, "Economics," notes, 1956
16
7
MIT, Course materials, "Finance," notes, 1956
16
8
MIT, Course materials, "Institutional Environments," notes, 1956
16
9
MIT, Course materials, "Human Behavior," notes, 1956
16
10
MIT, Course materials, "Business Philosophy," 1956
16
11
MIT, Course materials, Instructor biographies and presentation synopses, 1956
16
12
MIT, Course materials, "Human Behavior," notes, 1956
16
13
MIT, Miscellaneous articles, post enrollment, 1950s-1960s
16
14
MIT, Industrial Management Program information, 1958-59
16
15
MIT, Alumni correspondence, 1974
16
16
MIT, "Freshman Handbook," gift from John and Denise Controulis, 1956
16
17
Speaking Engagements, miscellaneous, 1943-53
16
18
Speaking Engagements, "Outstanding Chemist Award," correspondence, 1954
16
19
Speaking Engagements, "International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry," program, 1957
16
20
Speaking Engagements, miscellaneous clippings, programs, and correspondence, 1962 [UC]
16
21
Speech materials, "Lecture fodder," clippings and articles, 1930-1956, n.d.
16
22
Speech materials, clippings and articles, 1955-57
16
23
Speech materials, clippings, notes, and articles, 1956, n.d.
16
24
Speech materials, articles and clippings, 1956, n.d.
17
1
Speech materials, articles and clippings, 1956-1962, n.d.
17
2
Speech materials, articles and clippings, 1956-58, n.d.
17
3
Consultation, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Chemistry Department information, [ca. 1964]
17
4
Consultation, Carnegie Institute of Technology, notes, correspondence, expense reports, and misc., 1964, n.d.
17
5
Consultation, Carnegie Institute of Technology, correspondence, reports, and publications, 1964-65
17
6
Consultation, Carnegie Institute of Technology, correspondence and reports, 1964-65
17
7
Consultation, Carnegie Institute of Technology, correspondence, reports, and clippings, 1964-65
17
8
Notes/jottings about P-D, miscellaneous, n.d.
17
9
Notes, miscellaneous, n.d.
17
10
Royalty Account reports, 1949-1951
17
11
Company financial and historical data, 1965
17
12
Company stock reports, 1965
17
13
Company stock information, 1966
17
14
"F-D-C Reports," 1968
17
15
Company Shareholders Meeting, 1970
17
16
Finance notes, n.d.
17
17
Annual Report, 1957
17
18
Annual Reports, 1965-68
17
19
Finances, Publications, Fortune, "Shock Treatment for Parke, Davis," 1953
17
20
Finances, "Net Earnings of Pharmaceutical Companies," graphs, [ca. 1963]
17
21
Finances, News report from Pharmindex, "1963 – New Pharmaceuticals," 1963
17
22
Finances, clippings, 1953-69
17
23
Finances, clippings, n.d.
17
24
Finances, C.&E. N. Interview of Loynd, background materials and correspondence, 1964
17
25
Finances, Presentation, "Towards the Top Tier," Lodewijk J. R. de Vink, President and COO, Warner-Lambert , 1999
18
1
Research, Benadryl, Alkamine Ethers, n.d
18
2
Research, Benadryl, Laboratory notes, 1943-44 [1]
18
3
Research, Benadryl, Laboratory notes, 1943-44 [2]
18
4
Research, Benadryl, Laboratory notes, 1943-44 [3]
18
5
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, 1943-46
18
6
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, "Miscellaneous," 1944
18
7
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, "Product Development," 1944
18
8
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, "Notes," n.d.
18
9
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, "Benzhydryl Ethers, Etc.," 1944, n.d.
18
10
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, "Thioureas, etc.," 1944, n.d.
18
11
Research, Benadryl, Notes from binder, 1944
18
12
Research, Benadryl, "Compounds to be Prepared" record book, with article, 1944-45
18
13
Research, Benadryl, Notebook 173, with loose notes, 1945-48
18
14
Research, Benadryl, Notebook "Acquisition 3700," with loose notes, 1945-47
18
15
Research, Benadryl, Record book, "AG," Book I, notes found loose inside, 1945-46
18
16
Research, Benadryl, Record book, "AG," Book I, 1945-46 [on permanent display in the Benadryl Exhibit, LL Reading Room]
19
1
Research, Benadryl, notes and report, n.d.
19
2
Research, Benadryl, notebook, "The Chemistry of Antihistamine Drugs," n.d. [presentation]
19
3
Research, Benadryl, correspondence on "Benadryl Adrenalin," 1946-47, n.d
19
4
Research, Benadryl, analytical reports, 1944-47
19
5
Research, Benadryl, analytical reports, 1948
19
6
Research, Benadryl, analytical reports, 1949
19
7
Research, Benadryl, "Antihistamine Agents A-446," various reports, notes, and correspondence on Benadryl, 1943-46
19
8
Research, Benadryl, "Antihistamine Agents – Toxicity," 1944-45, n.d.
19
9
Research, Benadryl, "Antihistamine Agents – Literature," 1945, n.d.
19
10
Research, Benadryl, "Antihistamine Agents – Literature," 1945-47, n.d.
19
11
Research, Benadryl, "Antihistamine Agents – S-49," 1946-47
19
12
Research, Benadryl, "Chemistry Miscellaneous," notes, manuscripts, and correspondence, 1943-44, n.d. [1]
19
13
Research, Benadryl, "Chemistry Miscellaneous," 1943-44, n.d. [2]
19
14
Research, Benadryl, "Chemistry Miscellaneous," Notes, patents, and etc., 1944-48 [3]
19
15
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl - Clinical," 1943-47, n.d
19
16
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl – Clinical: Reference and Reprints," 1944-47 [1]
20
1
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl – Clinical: Reference and Reprints," 1944-47 [2]
20
2
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl – Clinical," 1948 [3]
20
3
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl – Clinical," 1949 [4]
20
4
Research, Benadryl, "Compounds Submitted," 1942-43
20
5
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl – Enzymes," 1946-48
20
6
Research, Benadryl, "Benadryl – Enzymes," 1948
20
7
Research, Benadryl, Finishing: Capsules and C.T., 1944-46
20
8
Research, Benadryl, Finishing: Parenteral and Elixir, 1944-47
20
9
Research, Benadryl, Finishing: Parenteral and Elixir, 1948
20
10
Research, Benadryl, "Incompatibilities, etc," 1946-47, n.d.
20
11
Research, Benadryl, Pharmacy Incompatibilities, 1948
20
12
Research, Benadryl, Investigation Report and Valuation, 1964
20
13
Lectures, Benadryl, "Antihistamine Drugs – Lectures," 1946, n.d.
20
14
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, 1944-48, n.d.
20
15
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, 1946-54, n.d.
20
16
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, mentions in literature, 1948, n.d.
20
17
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, 1948, n.d
20
18
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, 1949, n.d.
20
19
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, bibliography and correspondence, 1949, n.d.
20
20
Miscellaneous, Benadryl, 1950-54, n.d.
20
21
Products, Benadryl, Development and use options, 1955-57, n.d.
20
22
Products, Benadryl, Inhalation (with Aleudrin), 1948
20
23
Products, Benadryl, Ointment, 1946-47
20
24
Products, Benadryl, Ointment, 1948
20
25
Products, Benadryl, Ointment, 1949
20
26
Products, Benadryl, Ophthalmic Solution, 1946-47, n.d.
20
27
Products, Benadryl, Ophthalmic Solution, 1948
20
28
Products, Benadryl, Process Development, ??
21
1
Products, Benadryl, Process Development, 1944-47, n.d.
21
2
Products, Benadryl, Process Development, 1948
21
3
Products, Benadryl, Process Development, 1949
21
4
Products, Benadryl, Production, 1944-47, n.d.
21
5
Products, Benadryl, Product forms, 1945, n.d.
21
6
Products, Benadryl, Product forms or Products development, 1948
21
7
Products, Benadryl, Product forms or Products development, 1949
21
8
Products, Benadryl, Radiation Sickness, 1946-47
21
9
Products, Benadryl, Radio Active, 1948
21
10
Products, Benadryl, Red Star, 1948
21
11
Products, Benadryl, Standards and FDA, 1944-46, n.d
21
12
Products, Benadryl, Testing, Rieveschl Proposed P45-2, [T]hiophene analogs of Benzhydryl alkamine ethers, 1944-45
21
13
Products, Benadryl, Toxicity, 1944-46
21
14
Products, Benadryl, Tuberculosis, 1947, n.d.
21
15
Publications, Benadryl, Bibliography, 1945-48
21
16
Publications, Benadryl, Bibliography, 1945-49
21
17
Publications, Benadryl, "Antihistamine – general," clippings, manuscripts, misc., 1944-1949
21
18
Publications, Benadryl, Miscellaneous literature, 1949-1992
21
19
Publications, Benadryl, Manuscripts, 1945-46, n.d.
21
20
Publications, Benadryl, Manuscripts, 1948
21
21
Publications, Benadryl, "The Application of Antihistamine Drugs in Small Animal Practice," draft, n.d.
21
22
Publications, Benadryl, "Synthetic Benzhydryl Alkamine Ethers…," Loew, Kaiser, and Moore, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1945
21
23
Publications, Benadryl, Sales literature, [ca. 1945]
21
24
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "A," 1945-50, n.d.
  • Aerosols
  • Ambrodyl
  • Amino Acid Development
  • Anaphylactic Shock
  • Antagonists
  • Anthelmintic
  • Antispasmodic
  • Aspirin
  • Assay methods
21
25
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "B-C," 1946-55, n.d.
  • Basification
  • Biochemistry
  • Blood and urine [levels of Benadryl in]
  • Breast milk [levels of Benadryl in]
  • Burns
  • Caladryl
  • Capsules, 25 mg
  • Cardiac arrhythmias and emesis
  • Chemistry and Pharmacology
  • Children [effects on]
  • Cough syrup
22
1
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "D-E," 1946-54, n.d.
  • Delmar Process
  • Dihydrogen Citrate, Benadryl
  • Diphenylmethyl Bromide
  • Dramamine
  • Earwax
  • Eczema
  • Emplet
  • Ether
  • Excretion
  • Expectorant
  • Experimental Shock
  • Eye
22
2
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "F-H," 1944-52, n.d.
  • Fatal Poisoning
  • Gastric secretory activity
  • Hematopoetic tissues
  • Heparin
  • Histamine headaches
  • Hydrochloride
  • Hyposensitization purposes
  • Hyoscine [determination of levels in the presence of Benadryl]
22
3
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "I-M," 1945-51
  • Incompatibilities/compatibilities
  • Inhibition of Aspergillus niger, Escherichia coli, and Staphylococcus aureus
  • Insoluble salts
  • Insulin
  • Intracutaneous, subcutaneous and intramuscular irritation produced in rabbits
  • Intranasal use [of Benadryl and Adrenalin]
  • In vitro method [effects of antihistamines on histaminases and histamine decarboxylase]
  • In vivo detoxification of the endotoxins of gram negative bacteria
  • Lotion [calamine and Benadryl]
  • Metabolism
  • Moccasin venom [and Benadryl]
  • Motion
22
4
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "N-R," 1946-50
  • Neo-Antergan and Pyribenzamine
  • Nymphodryl
  • Onion Therapy
  • Ophthalmic irritation study
  • Para alkylmercapto group in the benzene nucleus
  • Penicillin
  • Peripheral vaso-constriction
  • Radioactive
22
5
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "S," 1946-54
  • Skin sensitization
  • Sleep aid
  • Sleepiness
  • Sparingly soluble salts of Benadryl
  • Stability of Benadryl solutions
  • Structural chemical formula
  • "Synthetic Benzhydryl Alkamin Ethers..."
  • Synergistic action of antihistamines
  • Synthesis of tagged Benadryl
22
6
Correspondence, Benadryl, General, Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Study Topics, "T-Z," 1946-54
  • Theophyllin Sodium glucinate
  • Tolerance of Benadryl in Guinea Pigs
  • Topical application of Benadryl in case of atopic dermatitis
  • Toxicity – animals
  • Toxicological effects
  • Urticaria (chronic)
  • Vomiting center for dogs
  • Ziradyl
22
7
Correspondence, Benadryl, Lay Correspondence [from public], 1946
22
8
Correspondence, Benadryl, Miscellaneous, "A-S," 1943-48, n.d.
  • American Chemical Society
  • Auburn, N. P.
  • Farnau, E. F. [sample substance included in correspondence]
  • Fleming, Robert W.
  • Fries, Bob, Jr.
  • Garber, Harold [6 letters; one signed as “Stimpson”]
  • Lescohier, A. W., M.D.
  • Loynd, Harold
  • Ohio Department of Health
  • Rocha e Silva, Dr. M.
  • Sharp, E. A.
  • Smith, Carl C.
  • Spring, Ray
  • Stevens, A. N.
  • Stoddard, Charles Fuller
22
9
Correspondence, Benadryl, Miscellaneous, "T-Z" and unnamed, 1944-47, n.d.
  • Wallen, Ens. Richard, USNR
  • White, Dr. J. S.
  • Wolf, Dorothy
  • [?], Bill
  • [?], Dave
  • R. E. O. [? Oesper]
  • [Rieveschl?] – Biography of Rieveschl, handwritten notes
22
10
Correspondence, Benadryl, Patents, "A-Z," 1950-51
  • Adams, Dr. [From R. W. Fleming]
  • Adams, Dr. R. R.
  • Adams, Dr. [minutes of Patent Committee meeting]
  • McGregor, Kenneth D.
22
11
Correspondence, Benadryl, Production and Manufacturing, "A-Z," 1945-47
  • Loynd [? Harold]
  • Products Development Department
  • Sweet, Dr.
  • Werker, Dr.
  • Willson, F. E.
22
12
Correspondence, Benadryl, Publication Requests, "A-Z," 1945-48
  • Aikawa, J. K., M.D.
  • Bernheim, Dr. Frederick
  • Code, Dr. C. F.
  • Epstein, Dr. Stephan
  • Feinberg, Dr. Samuel M.
  • Hochwalt, Dr. Carroll A.
  • Hulett, Dr. Albert G.
  • Martineau, J. R.
  • McGavack, Dr. T. H. [includes letter from J. H. Burckhalter to Dr. C. S. Marvel]
  • Mellan, Ibert
  • Pearce, Dr. Roy G.
  • Perlman, Ely, M.D.
  • Protiva, Ing. Miroslav
  • Raff, R. A. V.
  • Schlaeger, Albert J., Ph.D.
  • Schwoeppe, Eugene A.
  • Strakash, Dr. Ernest A.
  • Troeschler-Elam, Dr. Elizabeth
  • White, [S?]
  • Willis, Dr. James Henry
22
13
Correspondence, Benadryl, Requests for Benadryl, "A-B," 1945-49
  • Alley, Dr. Ralph D.
  • Anderson, George W. (American Cyanamid Company)
  • Anderson, Dr. Hamilton H.
  • Aviado, Dr. D., Jr.
  • Bailey, Elmore R., M.D.
  • Bandelin, F. J.
  • Barry, Dr. Richard H.
  • Berresford, Dr. Arthur B.
  • Bieter, Dr. R. N.
  • Birkeland, Dr. Jorgen M.
  • Bovet, Dr. Daniel
  • Bowers, Luther F.
  • Bratz, Louis E., Sr.
  • Brown, Dr. Robert W.
  • Buerger, L. R.
  • Bunch, Leitha
  • Buys, John L.
22
14
Correspondence, Benadryl, Requests for Benadryl, "C-G," 1945-46
  • Cohen, Dr. Raymond
  • Collison, Nina
  • Comstock, Capt. C. C.
  • Crooks, Harry M., Jr.
  • Dautrebande, Prof. L.
  • Deutsch, Doris
  • Dozier, Eddie
  • Dunn, Dr. Thelma E.
  • Edwards, Dr. Douglas
  • Elliot, Dr. William H.
  • Fausy, Dr. Galen W.
  • Finck, F. M.
  • Forbes, Dr. J. C.
  • Friedman, Dr. H. R.
  • Geiling, Dr. E. M. K.
  • Gerber, Harold
  • Gibson, Dr. J. Donald
  • Golden, Dr. S.
  • Goldman, Louis G.
  • Goldsmith, Bernard
22
15
Correspondence, Benadryl, Requests for Benadryl, "H-L," 1945-49
  • Haag, Dr. Harvey B.
  • Hamilton, Dr. C. S.
  • Hazleton, Dr. L. W.
  • Herbst, Robert M.
  • Himwich, Harold E., M.D.
  • Hines, E. A., Jr.
  • Hines, L. W., Lt. Col., MC
  • Holaday, H.
  • Hulett, Dr. Albert G.
  • Hunter, Dr. James A.
  • Kamm, Oliver
  • Kaufman, Dr. Karl L.
  • Kaufman, Irene L.
  • Kay, Dr. John H.
  • Keenan, Geo. L.
  • Kesmodel, Dr. K. F.
  • Koepf, Dr. George E.
  • Kovach, John
  • Krahl, Dr. M. E.
  • Lehmann, Dr. Gerhard
22
16
Correspondence, Benadryl, Requests for Benadryl, "M-P," 1945-49
  • Macht, Dr. David I.
  • Macready, John A.
  • Mayer, R. L., M.D.
  • Menkin, Dr. Valy
  • Menotti, Dr. A. R.
  • Merritt, Harry
  • Morris, Dr. H. C.
  • Morris, Maurice L.
  • Nelden, F. H.
  • Oakwood, Dr. T. S.
  • Palmer, Dr. M. A.
  • Powell, Joe E.
22
17
Correspondence, Benadryl, Requests for Benadryl, "Q-S," 1945-49
  • Quality Control Division
  • Ramsey, Dr. Robert
  • Randall, Dr. Lowell O.
  • Rowland, Ivan
  • Schade, Rev. Joseph I.
  • Schley, F. F.
  • Schmiterlöw, Carl G., M.D.
  • Scott, Roger W.
  • Segaloff, Albert, M.D.
  • Selle, W. A.
  • Sharp, Dr. [?], and De. Vonderheide
  • Shelton, Robert S.
  • Smith, L. O.
  • Strong, Dr. H. Sheldon
22
18
Correspondence, Benadryl, Requests for Benadryl, "T-Z" and unnamed, 1945-49
  • Thomas, Carlos E. [Mrs.]
  • Thomson, Robert M.
  • Tislow, Richard, M.D.
  • Ullyot, Glenn E.
  • Unna, Klaus
  • Vallee, Dr. B. L.
  • Weatherly, Albert
  • Werner, Raymond
  • Wiggers, Dr. Harold C.
  • Woodbury, Dr. R. A.
  • Yonkman, Dr. F. F.
  • No name
22
19
Correspondence, Benadryl, Sales, 1950-64
22
20
Correspondence, Benadryl, Sales, 1954
22
21
Correspondence, Benadryl, Speaking Engagements, 1946
23
1
Advertising, Benadryl, 1946-47, n.d.
23
2
Advertising, Benadryl, 1947
23
3
Advertising, Benadryl, n.d.
23
4
Brochures, Benadryl, n.d. [includes a report describing Benadryl]
23
5
Catalogs, Parke-Davis and Company Catalog, 1943
23
6
Exhibits, Benadryl, 1946
23
7
Publicity, GelatinCapsules, n.d.
23
8
Publicity, "A Matter of Health," n.d.
23
9
Publicity, Patterns of Disease, January-June, 1958
23
10
Publicity, Patterns of Disease, July-December, 1958
23
11
Publicity, Patterns of Disease, January-June, 1959
23
12
Publicity, Patterns of Disease, July-December, 1959
23
13
Publicity, Patterns of Disease, 1960
23
14
Publicity, Benadryl in Popular Literature, clippings, 1945-46, n.d.
23
15
Publicity, Benadryl in Popular Literature, clippings, 1946, n.d.
23
16
Publicity, Benadryl in Popular Literature, clippings, 1945, 2006
23
17
Publicity, Benadryl in Popular Literature, clippings, 1962, 1991
23
18
Publicity, Benadryl, 1945
23
19
Publicity, Benadryl, 1946, n.d.
23
20
Publicity, Benadryl, 1947, n.d.
23
21
Publicity, Benadryl, n.d.
23
22
Clippings, Benadryl, 1943, 1946-47
24
1
Clippings, Benadryl, 1949
24
2
Clippings, Benadryl, 1949, n.d.
24
3
Clippings, Benadryl, 1949-50, 1979
24
4
Patents, Benadryl, 1946-51
24
5
Patents, Benadryl, [1947]
24
6
Patents, Benadryl, 1950, n.d
24
7
Patents, Benadryl, 1951, n.d.
24
8
Patents, Benadryl, Correspondence – Lawsuit, 1955
24
9
Patents, Benadryl, Correspondence and memos, 1948
24
10
Patents, Benadryl, Correspondence and memos, 1949
24
11
Patents, Benadryl, Danish License, 1955
24
12
Patents, Benadryl, patent materials, 1945-47
24
13
Patents, Benadryl, patent materials, 1947
24
14
Patents, Chloromycetin, "Chloromycetin Patent and Related Data," 1960
24
15
Patents, Lists of Patents, 1951
24
16
Patents, Miscellaneous materials, 1943-47
24
17
Patents, Ready Mixed Animal Feed and Feed Supplements for preparing same, 1965
24
18
Lawsuit, Exhibit  I 1-I 2, "I-B," ca. 1942
24
19
Lawsuit, Exhibit I 7-I 15, "I-B," ca. 1942
24
20
Lawsuit, Exhibit I 16-I 25, "I-B," ca. 1942
24
21
Lawsuit, Exhibit I 26-I 34, "I-B," ca. 1942-43
24
22
Lawsuit, Exhibit II 1-II 11, "I-B," ca. 1943
24
23
Lawsuit, Exhibit, II 3, "I-B," ca. 1943
24
24
Lawsuit, Exhibit IV 1-IV 10, "I-B," ca. 1943
24
25
Lawsuit, Exhibit IV 3, "I-B," ca. 1943
24
26
Lawsuit, Exhibit IV 6, "I-B," ca. 1942
25
1
Lawsuit, Benadryl related materials, correspondence and articles, "I-B," 1945-49
25
2
Lawsuit, clippings about Benadryl, "I-B," 1946
25
3
Lawsuit, "Compounds to Parke-Davis," 1942
25
4
Lawsuit, Correspondence regarding lawsuit exhibits, 1946
25
5
Lawsuit, "Dr. Rieveschl’s 1942 and 1943 correspondence pertinent to Benadryl interference which has been photostatted," "I-B," ca. 1942-43
25
6
Lawsuit, Correspondence on Benadryl, "I-B," January-July, 1943
25
7
Lawsuit, Correspondence on Benadryl, "I-B," August-December, 1943
25
8
Lawsuit, Correspondence relating to Benadryl, "I-B," 1943-45
25
9
Lawsuit, Miss Kaiser, Internal application, Topical application for reaction due to tetanus antitoxin, July or August, 1943
25
10
Subject Files, Antihistamines, reprints, 1949
25
11
Subject Files, Antihistamines, clippings, 1949
25
12
Subject Files, Antihistamines, publications, 1949
25
13
Subject Files, Antihistamines, general, 1949, 1951
25
14
Subject Files, Antihistamines, general, 1950-51
25
15
Subject Files, Antihistamines, general, 1950, 1953
25
16
Subject Files, Antihistamines, general, 1951, n.d.
25
17
Subject Files, Antihistamines, papers, 1945-47 [1]
25
18
Subject Files, Antihistamines, papers, 1945-47 [2]
25
19
Subject Files, Antihistamines, papers, 1947
25
20
Subject Files, Antihistamines, papers, [ca. 1947]
25
21
Subject Files, Benadryl, "H. B. Hass: Priestley Lectures," 1942
25
22
Subject Files, Diazomethane, etc., 1946, n.d.
25
23
Subject Files, Drug Amendments of 1962, 1962
25
24
Subject Files, Title 21 – Food and Drugs, 1962
25
25
Subject Files, HEW's Explanation of What New Drug Control Law Means, ca. 1963
25
26
Subject Files, Lopid, n.d.
25
27
Subject Files, Nitroparaffins, n.d.

Subseries 3: University of Cincinnati (1970-2004)

26
1
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Promotions and Appointments, 1970-2003
26
2
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Adjunct Professorship, 1972-78
26
3
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Resignations, Rieveschl, 1972-77
26
4
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Biographical information on Rieveschl, 1969-74, n.d.
26
5
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Rieveschl paperwork, 1970-77, n.d.
26
6
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Clippings and Press Releases, 1970-73, n.d.
26
7
Administration, Personnel/Rieveschl, Travel expenses, 1974-75
26
8
Administration, Communications, University issues and notes, n.d.
26
9
Administration, Communications, University issues, 1970-75
26
10
Administration, Communications, University issues, 1976-77, n.d.
26
11
Administration, Personnel, Hiring, Neil Armstrong, Correspondence, 1974-2001, n.d.
26
12
Administration, Personnel, Contracts, Neil Armstrong, 1976
26
13
Administration, Personnel, Notes, Neil Armstrong, n.d.
26
14
Administration, Personnel, Clippings, Neil Armstrong, 1972-79
26
15
Administration, Personnel, Clippings, Neil Armstrong, 1980-89
26
16
Administration, Personnel, Clippings, Neil Armstrong, 1994
26
17
Administration, Personnel, Clippings, Neil Armstrong, 1995-99
26
18
Administration, Personnel, Clippings, Neil Armstrong, 200-2004, n.d.
26
19
Administration, Personnel, Ephemera, Neil Armstrong, 1994, n.d.
27
1
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Advertising, 1985
27
2
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Committee Members, 1984-85, n.d.
27
3
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Correspondence, 1984-85, n.d.
27
4
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Correspondence, “John C. Spille,” 1983-84, n.d.
27
5
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Expenses, 1985
27
6
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Interview, Itineraries, and Logistics, 1985
27
7
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Interview questions, 1985, n.d.
27
8
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Meeting agendas and minutes, 1984-85
27
9
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Notes and jottings, n.d.
27
10
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Position description, 1985
27
11
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, "Goals of the College of Engineering," 1985
27
12
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, College of Engineering, "Background information," 1983-85
27
13
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Clippings, "UC Background," UC This Week, 1985
27
14
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Clippings, "Background Information," 1984-85
27
15
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Clippings, "Background Information," 1985, n.d.
27
16
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Clippings, "Miscellaneous," 1984-85
27
17
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, "Applicant Sources," 1985
27
18
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, "Nominees and Applicants," 1985
27
19
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Blake Cherrington, 1985
27
20
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Robert M. Desmond, 1985, n.d.
27
21
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Larry J. Feeser, 1985
27
22
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Arthur L. Fricke, 1985, n.d.
28
1
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Joseph Genin, 1985
28
2
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. George I. Haddad, 1985
28
3
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. H. Thurman Henderson, 1985
28
4
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Ronald Huston, 1985, n.d.
28
5
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Thomas E. Hutchinson, 1985
28
6
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Charles D. James, Jr., 1985
28
7
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Stephen Kahne, 1985
28
8
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. James C. Lin, 1985
28
9
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Constantine Papadakis, 1985, n.d.
28
10
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Gordon A. Sargent, 1985
28
11
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. John Weese, 1985
28
12
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Dr. Imre Zwiebel, 1985
28
13
Administration, Search Committee, Engineering Dean, Applicants, Jottings, n.d
28
14
Administration, Search Committee, WGUC, 1976
28
15
Administration, Search Committee, Employment Requests, 1974-75
28
16
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Correspondence, 1985
28
17
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Grant Guidelines, 1985, n.d.
28
18
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Notes, n.d.
28
19
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "A-B," [1985]
  • Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Department of
  • Anthropology, Department of
  • Biological Sciences, Department of
  • Business Administration, College of
28
20
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "C," [1985]
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of
  • Chemical Engineering, Department of
  • Chemistry, Department of
  • Classics, Department of
  • College-Conservatory of Music – Opera and Musical Theatre
  • Criminal Justice, Department of
28
21
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "D," [1985]
  • DAAP – School of Design
  • DAAP – School of Planning
28
22
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "E-G," [1985]
  • Early Childhood Education, College of Education
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of
  • English, Department of
  • Geology, Department of
  • Graduate Center for Computing Disciplines
29
1
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "H-M," [1985]
  • Law, College of
  • Materials Science and Engineering, Department of
  • Mathematical Sciences, Department of
  • Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Department of
    • Advanced Manufacturing and Robots
    • Ergonomics
    • Structural Dynamics
29
2
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "N-P," [1985]
  • Nursing and Health, College of
  • Pharmacy, College of
  • Physics, Department of
  • Psychology, Department of
29
3
Academic Program Funding, "Academic Challenge Award," Proposals, "Q-Z" and Raymond Walters College, [1985]
  • School of Psychology and Counseling, Department of
  • School of Social Work
  • Women’s Studies, Center for
29
4
Academic Programs, College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences Advisory Committee, Correspondence, 1990
29
5
Academic Programs, College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences Advisory Committee, Strategic Plan, 1988, 1990
29
6
Academic Programs, College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences Advisory Committee, notes, 1991
29
7
Academic Programs, College of Pharmacy, Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1971, 1989-92
29
8
Academic Programs, College of Pharmacy, Proposals, [1989]
29
9
Academic Programs, College of Pharmacy, Reports and College Information, 1989-90, n.d.
29
10
Academic Programs, Miscellaneous Reports and Proposals, 1971, n.d.
29
11
Academic Programs, Proposal, “Project to Initiate a Graduate Program in the History of Design,” 1980
29
12
Academic Programs, Radiation Project, Correspondence, DASA – equipment funding, DNA, 1971-72
29
13
Academic Programs, Radiation Project, Correspondence, DASA – equipment and funding, 1965-70
29
14
Academic Programs, Radiation Project, Correspondence, 1968-72
29
15
Academic Programs, Radiation Project, Reports and Presentations, 1971, n.d.
29
16
Academic Programs, Radiation Project, Notes, n.d.
29
17
Academic Programs, Radiation Project, Clippings, 1971-72, n.d.
29
18
Awards, Speaking Engagements, 1971-72
29
19
Awards, Speaking Engagements, 1976-85
29
20
Correspondence, "A-C," 1970-78, n.d.
  • Anno, Jim
  • Baetz, William
  • Ba[ker or lner], T[a]y
  • Barry, David F.
  • Bennis, Warren
  • Ber[nnis], Dr. [could be Bennis]
  • Bodenmann, Hans
  • Brown, Danny
  • Bursiek, Ralph
  • Chatterjee, Jay
  • Citizens’ Committee for a Better UC
  • Closson, Burton
  • Cochran, Joan [Rieveschl]
30
1
Correspondence, "D-K," 1970-78, 2004
  • Dabovich, Thomas C.
  • Dalglish, Garven
  • Davies, Chase M.
  • Denham, Marjorie
  • Editorial Projects for Education
  • Erway, Lawrence C.
  • Estes, Elliott M., DLR
  • Gilbert, Bill [T. W.]
  • Gilman, Henry
  • Goering, John
  • Goggin, Lloyd
  • Hinckley, Helen C.
  • Huston, Sco[rt?]
  • Kalthor[f?], Bob
  • Kauffman, C. William [See also John Yeager]
  • Keating, Honorable William J.
  • Kuehner, Al
30
2
Correspondence, "L-R," 1971-87, n.d.
  • Landsman, Herbert
  • Lange, Willy
  • Laushey, Louis M.
  • Layton, Tom
  • Leonard, J. H.
  • Lions Eye Bank and Research Foundation
  • Loynd, Harry J.
  • Manchuster, P. W.
  • Meyer, Ruth
  • [Miller], Zane
  • [Morris], Doug
  • Oesper, Ralph [see also UC, Correspondence, Oesper, Ralph, Box 29, File 18]
  • Perez-Barquero Herrera, Antonio
  • Rav, Robert L.
  • Research and Development Office – UC
  • Reed, C. L., Jr.
  • Reilly, Peter C.
  • Rieselman, Deborah
30
3
Correspondence, "S-Z" and unnamed, 1973-82, 1998, n.d.
  • Sheffield, Humko
  • Shumrick, Donald A.
  • Skinner, Richard
  • Slater, Joseph [from Mortimer J. Adler to Slater]
  • Slawter, Paul B., Jr.
  • Smart, Jackson W., Jr.
  • Sterne, Bobbie
  • Stockton, Sister Mary Rose
  • Thomson, Rena C.
  • Troup, Stanley B., M.D.
  • Watson, Jack M., Ph.D.
  • Williams, Joe
  • [?], Lenore
  • [?], Office of University Dean for Graduate Education and Research
  • Express Cincinnati
30
4
Correspondence, Oesper, Dr. Ralph, 1931-1981
30
5
Funding, Notes, 2001, n.d.
30
6
Projects, Correspondence, 1974
30
7
Projects, Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Sciences [IAMS?], 1982-86, n.d.
30
8
Projects, Molecular genetics/Biotechnology resources in Cincinnati (also IAMS), 1984
30
9
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Correspondence, Finance, and Staffing, 1969-70
30
10
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Correspondence, Project History, 1968-70
30
11
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Correspondence, Space/Location, 1968-70
30
12
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1967, 1969, n.d.
30
13
Projects, Organic Materials Project, notes and jottings, n.d.
30
14
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Progress Report, 1970
30
15
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Research material, 1968-69, n.d.
30
16
Projects, Organic Materials Project, Clippings, 1967-75, n.d.
30
17
Projects, Herman Schneider Laboratory of Basic and Applied Science Research, 1974-75, 1980
30
18
Projects, "Symposium on YLID Chemistry," 1966
30
19
Projects, "UCR&D," Notes [University of Cincinnati Research and Development], 1970, n.d.
30
20
Projects, "UCR&D," Clippings, [University of Cincinnati Research and Development], 1965-70, n.d.
30
21
Publications, 1975-81, n.d.
30
22
Miscellaneous, notes, n.d.

Subseries 4: HARP

31
1
Conferences, 1975-76
31
2
Correspondence, 1974
31
3
Correspondence, 1975
31
4
Correspondence, 1976-80, n.d.
31
5
Correspondence, Dr. Robert R. Zimmerman, 1975
31
6
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Articles and papers, 1976-94
31
7
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Correspondence, 1974-96, n.d.
31
8
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Clippings, 1974-81
31
9
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Clippings, 1982-86
31
10
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Clippings, 1987-93
31
11
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Clippings, 1994-99
31
12
Heimlich, Dr. Henry J., Clippings, 2000-03
31
13
Patrick, Dr. Edward, Correspondence, 1974-76
31
14
Patrick, Dr. Edward, Paper Reprints, 1968-77
31
15
Jottings and notes, 1975, n.d.
31
16
Miscellaneous, 1976, n.d.
31
17
Papers and publications, 1974, n.d.
32
1
Papers and articles, 1976
32
2
Photographs, n.d.
32
3
Research, Equipment, 1975-76
32
4
Research, Experiments, “Lab Notes,” 1974-75, n.d.
32
5
Research, Experiment notes, 1974, n.d.
32
6
Research, Lab notes, n.d.
32
7
Research, Notes, n.d.
32
8
Research proposals, 1974-75, n.d.
32
9
Research proposals, N.I.H., 1975
32
10
Research, Experiments II, "Endobronchial O2 Delivery," 1975
32
11
Research, "Heart Attack Computer Diagnosis," 1976
32
12
Research, Oxygen Therapy, 1975, n.d.
32
13
Research, Lithium Chemicals, 1964
32
14
Research, Lithium Chemicals, 1974, n.d. [see also Lithium Corp. of America in Professional: Businesses and Boards]
32
15
Research, Reprints "A-C," 1967-75
  • "Blood Trauma as measured Plasma Hemoglobin Levels"
  • "A Compact, Low Hemolysis, non-thrombogenic system for non-thoracotomy prolonged left ventricular Bypass"
  • "Comparison of Nasal Catheter and Nasal Cannolain Patients Recovering from General Anesthesia"
  • "Complete Left Ventricular Bypass with a Paracorporeal Pump: Design and Evaluation"
  • "Contribution to the In vitro testing of pumps for extracorporeal circulation"
  • "Critical Aspects of Human versus Terrestrial Electromagnetic Symbiosis"
  • "Cross-linked Fluoropolymer Coatings"
32
16
Research, Reprints "D-E," 1965-75, n.d.
  • "Diaphragm Pumps"
  • "An efficient, compact blood pump for assisted circulation"
  • "Emboli (Debris) Produced by Bubble Oxygenators"
  • "Engine with no moving parts"
  • "Enzymatic Production of Experimental Emphysema in the Dog.  Route of Exposure."
  • "Enzymatically Produced Pulmonary Emphysema: A Preliminary Report"
  • "Experimental Emphysema"
32
17
Research, Reprints "F-H," 1967-75, n.d.
  • "Factors Influencing Erythrocyte Destruction in Artificial Organs"
  • "Factors Influencing Hemolysis with Roller Pumps"
  • "Feasibility Study of a Wearable Artificial Kidney Machine"
  • "Fluid-mechanical Aspects of the Human Circulation"
  • "Fluorinated compounds of medicinal interest"
  • "Harvey H-200 Disposable Blood Oxygenator"
  • "A High Capacity Membrane Lung with an Integral Heat Exchanger"
  • "The ‘hole-in-the-wall’ Problem"
33
1
Research, Reprints "I-N," 1966-74
  • "In vivo Evaluation of Pulsatile Ventricle Pump by Perfusion via left heart bypass technique"
  • "Japanese dialysis unit boasts high efficiency"
  • "Liquid membrane oxygenator"
  • "Mechanical and biologic considerations in erythrocyte damage"
  • "Mechanical Devices to Assist the Failing Heart"
  • "Les Membranes artificielles"
  • "New Device aids Fight on cancer"
33
2
Research, Reprints "O-R," 1972-75, n.d.
  • "Outpatient Oxygen for Chronic Airway Obstruction"
  • "Pattern Recognition may Resolve Management of Breast Cancer: Limited Mastectomy versus Radical Mastectomy"
  • "Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity in Dogs under Controlled Ventilation"
  • "Recommendations for Continuous Oxygen Therapy in Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease"
  • "Reduction in myocardial ischemia by left ventricular bypass after acute coronary artery occlusion"
  • "Respiratory Gas Exchange and Transport"
  • "The Role of the Artificial Lung in the Treatment of Respiratory Insufficiency: A Perspective"
33
3
Research, Reprints "S-Z," 1969-75
  • "SWORCC Off-Line"
  • "Temporary Lung Clinical Indications"
  • "Update on Artificial Organs"
  • "Valves and Plastics May Keep Hearts Beating Longer"
  • "Ventricular assistive devices: present and future"
  • Bibliography/Reference Search
33
4
Clippings about HARP, 1974-75
33
5
Clippings about HARP, 1976, n.d.
33
6
Clippings, miscellaneous, 1970-74
33
7
Clippings, miscellaneous, January-August, 1975
33
8
Clippings, miscellaneous, September-December, 1975
33
9
Clippings, miscellaneous, January-August, 1976
33
10
Clippings, miscellaneous, September-December, 1976
33
11
Clippings, miscellaneous, 1977
33
12
Clippings, miscellaneous, n.d.
34
1
HARP/EMI [Engineering and Medicine Institute], Administration, 1975, n.d.
34
2
HARP/EMI, Correspondence, 1974-May 1975
34
3
HARP/EMI, Correspondence, 1975, n.d.
34
4
HARP/EMI, Publicity, 1975, n.d.
34
5
HARP/EMI, Notes, n.d
34
6
HARP/EMI, Biomedical Engineering, UC, 1975-76
34
7
HARP/EMI, UC Research information, 1975, n.d.
34
8
HARP/EMI, Air Force contract, correspondence, 1976-77
34
9
HARP/EMI, Air Force contract, "contract," 1976
34
10
HARP/EMI, Air Force contract, Finances, 1976-77
34
11
HARP/EMI, Air Force contract, Draft of Final Report, 1978
34
12
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Administration, 1976, n.d.
34
13
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Correspondence, 1974
34
14
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Correspondence,  1975-77
34
15
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Correspondence, n.d.
34
16
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Reports, 1976
34
17
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Reports, n.d.
34
18
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Clippings, 1975
34
19
HARP/Benedum Foundation, Jottings, n.d.

Subseries 5: Businesses and Boards (including Consultations)

35
1
Beauty Counselors, Inc., [1964]
35
2
Bellucci, Robert, Inc., [1980]
35
3
Bishopric, Inc., [1984]
35
4
Carborundum, Correspondence and clippings [primarily with Alan Wolfley – see also General Correspondence], Report by GR on the Pharmaceutical Industry (1966), [1964-1966]
35
5
Carnegie-Mellon, [1962-70, n.d.]
35
6
Carter-Wallace, Inc., {Meyer Laboratories], [1966]
35
7
Commercial Solvents Corp., [1966-69, n.d.]
35
8
Cowles Chemical Co., Correspondence, 1965-66
35
9
Cowles Chemical Co., Reimbursements, 1966
35
10
Cowles Chemical Co., Company brochures and Reports, 1965
35
11
Cowles Chemical Co., Research on metal plating, ca. 1966
35
12
Cowles Chemical Co., Clippings, 1965-66
35
13
Daedalus Enterprises, Inc., Product brochures, ca. 1960s-70s
35
14
Daedalus Enterprises, Inc., Financial and Stockholder reports and information, 1968-76
35
15
Daedalus Enterprises, Inc., Clippings, 1969-75
35
16
Dow Chemical, 1966
35
17
Dycem, 1972
36
1
Gulf Resources & Chemical Co., Correspondence and notes, 1967-77, 1982
36
2
Gulf Resources & Chemical Co., Company information and clippings, 1969, 1976-77
36
3
Houdaille Industries, 1964
36
4
Humble Oil, 1959
36
5
Hynes Chemical Corp., 1969
36
6
Industries Ventane, S. A., 1966
36
7
International Wine Investors, Ltd., Correspondence and notes, 1972-81, 1999-2000, n.d.
36
8
International Wine Investors, Ltd., Wine information, Montilla, 1974-76, n.d.
36
9
International Wine Investors, Ltd., Wine Lists, 1958-77, n.d.
36
10
International Wine Investors, Ltd., Clippings, 1961, 1972-76, n.d. [for additional materials, see box 37]
36
11
Kawecki Berylco Industries, Inc., [annual reports and advertisements only], 1975
36
12
Lansing Towers, 1975-76
36
13
Eli Lilly and Company, 1972
36
14
Lithium Corporation of America, Inc., Annual reports, 1950-1966 [not inclusive]
37
1
International Wine Investors, Ltd., Company information, agreements and board information, 1972-76
37
2
International Wine Investors, Ltd., Wine information, Rioja, 1975-77, n.d.
38
1
Lithium Corporation of America, Inc., Reports: Projects, Board meetings, company information, 1951-82 [not inclusive]
38
2
Lithium Corporation of America, Inc., Clippings/Articles, 1950-91, n.d.
38
3
Lithium Corporation of America, Inc., Correspondence, 1964-86
38
4
Mallinkrodt Chemical Works, Company information, 1967 [100th anniversary]
38
5
Mallinkrodt Chemical Works, Correspondence, 1966-73
38
6
Mallinkrodt Chemical Works, Clippings, 1967-78, n.d. [not inclusive]
38
7
Martin Marietta Chemicals, 1972
38
8
MC/B Manufacturing Chemists, Correspondence, 1970-75
38
9
MC/B Manufacturing Chemists, Correspondence, 1976
38
10
MC/B Manufacturing Chemists, Board correspondence, 1976-77
39
1
MC/B Manufacturing Chemists, Research and Product Reports, 1972-76, n.d.
39
2
MC/B Manufacturing Chemists, Notes – miscellaneous, 1976-77
39
3
MC/B Manufacturing Chemists, clippings, 1971-78, n.d.
39
4
Micro Design, Inc., Investment prospectus, meeting summary, 1969
39
5
Micro Design, Inc., Board communications, 1972-73
39
6
Micro Design, Inc., Financial Statements, 1970-73
39
7
Micro Design, Inc., Correspondence, 1970-72
39
8
Micro Design, Inc., Clippings, 1972, n.d.
39
9
Mountain States Mineral, Correspondence, n.d.
39
10
Nease Chemical Co., Inc., Correspondence, 1965, 1972
39
11
Neo-Chemical Products, Co., Partnership Agreement [between Betty Rieveschl and Alice Coleman], 1944
39
12
Newport Pharmaceutical, Correspondence, Clippings, 1975-76
39
13
Nuclear Chemicals & Metals Corporation, Board meetings and notices, 1971-73, n.d.
39
14
Nuclear Chemicals & Metals Corporation, Financial Statements, 1971
39
15
Nuclear Chemicals & Metals Corporation, Correspondence, 1970
39
16
Nuclear Chemicals & Metals Corporation, Notes, n.d.
40
1
Ohio National Life Insurance Co., Correspondence and clippings, 1975-85, n.d.
40
2
Peninsular Oil & Gas, 1965
40
3
Polaroid, 1964
40
4
Reilly Tar & Chemical Co., 1966, 1969
40
5
Rogers & Wells, 1973
40
6
Salsbury Laboratories, Correspondence and agreements, 1959, 1968-70
40
7
Salsbury Laboratories & Sandoz Ltd., Correspondence and alsbury booklet, 1966-67
40
8
Sandoz Products Ltd., Company Information, Reports, and Publications, 1964-70, n.d.
40
9
Sandoz Products Ltd., Sandoz Telephone Directory, 1966
40
10
Sandoz Products Ltd., Contract/Agreement with Rieveschl, 1966, 1970
40
11
Sandoz Products Ltd., Correspondence and notes on Myxia (antibiotic), 1966
40
12
Sandoz Products Ltd., Correspondence, clippings and notes on UpJohn Co., 1966-67 [notes undated but likely from same period]
40
13
Sandoz Products Ltd., Correspondence, general, 1962-65, n.d.
40
14
Sandoz Products Ltd., Correspondence, general, 1966
40
15
Sandoz Products Ltd., Correspondence, general, 1967
40
16
Sandoz Products Ltd., Correspondence, general, 1968-76 [not inclusive]
41
1
Sandoz Products Ltd., Research and other notes, 1962-66, n.d.
41
2
Sandoz Products Ltd., Photographs, Nurnberg [?], n.d.
41
3
Sandoz Products Ltd., Clippings and reprints, 1962-70, n.d.
41
4
Searle & Co., Company Information, Correspondence, notes and clippings, 1971-74
41
5
[Tureaud], 1965
41
6
Wallace Laboratories, 1965
41
7
Warner-Lambert, Company information, 1983-91
41
8
Warner-Lambert, Correspondence, 1979-94, n.d.
41
9
Warner-Lambert, Notes and miscellaneous, 1986, n.d.
41
10
Warner-Lambert, Clippings, 1982-94
Series D: Publications
Box
File
Description
41
11
Scientific, by Rieveschl, 1937-43
41
12
Scientific, by Rieveschl, 1944
Series E: Organizations
Box
File
Description
41
13
American Chemical Society, Speaking Tour, Correspondence and itinerary, 1943
41
14
American Chemical Society, Correspondence and clippings, 1947-2003
42
1
American Chemical Society, Membership and directory, 2000, n.d.
42
2
American Classical Music Hall of Fame and Museum, [Correspondence], 1996-2000, n.d.
42
3
American Classical Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Proposals, 1995
42
4
American Classical Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Clippings and publicity, 1996, 1998, n.d.
42
5
"A" organizations, [Correspondence, clippings, notes, and memos], 1954-2002, n.d.
  • The Admirals Club
  • Alpha Chi Sigma
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • American Association of Museums
  • American Men and Women of Science
  • American Pharmaceutical Association
  • Association for the Advancement of Arts Education
42
6
"B-C" organizations, 1948-99
  • Bay County Medical Society and Bay County Drug Club
  • The Chemical Market Research Association
  • The Chemists’ Club
  • Cincinnati International Wine Festival
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
  • The Cincinnatus Association
  • The Commercial Club
  • Community Leaders of America
  • The County Club of Detroit
42
7
"D" organizations, 1947-78
  • Detroit Athletic Club
  • Detroit Chemist
  • Detroit Club
  • Detroit Golf Club
42
8
Detroit Jaycees, Event programs, correspondence, 1951-66
42
9
Detroit Jaycees, Senior Selection Committee, 1968
42
10
"E" organizations, 1953-74
  • The Engineering Society of Cincinnati
  • Foundation for Exceptional Children
  • Grosse Point Club
  • Leaders in Education
42
11
HUC-UC Center for the Study of Ethics, Correspondence, 1986-94
42
12
HUC-UC Center for the Study of Ethics, Board agendas and minutes, 1992-93
42
13
HUC-UC Center for the Study of Ethics, “Rethinking Public Education” materials, 1994-95, n.d.
42
14
HUC-UC Center for the Study of Ethics, Programs and ephemera, 1990-96, n.d.
42
15
Literary Club, Administration, Annual Guide, 1972-91
42
16
Literary Club, Administration, Annual Guide, 1999-2008
43
1
Literary Club, Administration, Correspondence, 1973-86
43
2
Literary Club, Administration, Correspondence, 1987-88
43
3
Literary Club, Administration, Correspondence, 1989-94
43
4
Literary Club, Administration, Correspondence, 1995-2004
43
5
Literary Club, Administration, Correspondence, n.d.
43
6
Literary Club, Administration, Clippings, 1975-2006, n.d.
43
7
Literary Club, Administration, Paper requests, 1975-2003
43
8
Literary Club, Administration, Notes, n.d.
43
9
Literary Club, Administration, Club ephemera [menus, club history, etc.], 1973-2007, n.d.
43
10
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "A-C," 1975-97
43
11
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "E-I," 1981-2004
43
12
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "L," 1978, 2000
43
13
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "R-S," 1986, 1987, 1991
43
14
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "V-W," 1991-94
43
15
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," drafts, n.d.
43
16
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," drafts, n.d.
44
1
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," drafts, n.d.
44
2
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," drafts, 1975, n.d.
44
3
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," drafts, n.d.
44
4
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research notes, n.d.
44
5
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research notes, n.d.
44
6
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research notes, n.d.
44
7
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, 1963-Sept. 1975
44
8
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, Oct.-Dec. 1975
44
9
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, 1976-89
44
10
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, 1991-96
44
11
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, 1997-2007
44
12
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, n.d.
44
13
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Clippings, n.d.
44
14
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, 1928-35
44
15
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, 1936
44
16
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis,” Research, 1937-45
44
17
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, 1969-71
44
18
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, “Winged Legend,” 1970
45
1
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, “The Search for Amelia Earhart,” 1966
45
2
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, Courage is the Price, [1963]
45
3
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, Heroines of the Sky, n.d.
45
4
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, Wide Margins, 1942
45
5
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, Soaring Wings, [1939?]
45
6
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, Soaring Wings, [1939?]
45
7
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, 20 hrs. 40 min., 1928
45
8
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Research, Daughter of the Sky, [1960]
45
9
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Miscellaneous, “UC Commencement Speech,” 1962
45
10
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Correspondence, 1975-2003, n.d.
45
11
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Correspondence, “Schroyer,” 1975-78, n.d.
45
12
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "AE Rara Avis," Ephemera, 1962, 1997
45
13
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Boss was a Self-Starter," drafts, [1984?]
45
14
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Boss was a Self-Starter," Research, 1932-80
46
1
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Boss was a Self-Starter," Research, 1983-2006, n.d.
46
2
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Boss was a Self-Starter," Correspondence and notes, 1984, n.d.
46
3
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "O Cursed Lust of Gold," drafts, n.d.
46
4
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "O Cursed Lust of Gold," Research, 1931-97, n.d.
46
5
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Fleming, Dr. Alexander," Research, 1980-86,  n.d.
46
6
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Fleming, Dr. Alexander," Notes, n.d.
46
7
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Flyboys," Research, 1986, 2006
46
8
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Goddard," Notes, n.d.
46
9
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," drafts, 1989
46
10
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," drafts, 1989
46
11
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," Notes, n.d.
46
12
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," Notes, n.d.
46
13
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101,” Research, 1874, n.d.
46
14
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, “Impressionism 101," Clippings/Research, 1978-92
46
15
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," Clippings/Research, 1988-89, n.d.
46
16
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," Clippings/Research, n.d.
46
17
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Impressionism 101," Correspondence, 1989, n.d.
46
18
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Late Mrs. Campbell," drafts, [1978?]
46
19
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Late Mrs. Campbell," drafts, [1978?]
47
1
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Late Mrs. Campbell," Notes, [1978?]
47
2
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Late Mrs. Campbell," Notes, [1978?]
47
3
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Late Mrs. Campbell," Research, 1944-93, n.d.
47
4
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Late Mrs. Campbell," Correspondence, 1978
47
5
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Life and Times of Charles and Ray," drafts, n.d.
47
6
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Royal Society," Research, 2002
47
7
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Some Giddy Moments from Heady Opera," drafts, n.d.
47
8
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Some Giddy Moments from Heady Opera," Research, 1995
47
9
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Some Giddy Moments from Heady Opera," Correspondence, 1995
47
10
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The Spice of Life: Some Like it Hot," Research, 1959-2006, n.d.
47
11
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," drafts, 1994
47
12
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," drafts, 1994
47
13
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," Correspondence, 1994-95
47
14
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," Notes, n.d.
47
15
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," Notes, n.d.
47
16
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," Notes, n.d.
47
17
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," Clippings/Research, 1987, n.d.
47
18
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "Volodya the Magnificent," Clippings/Research, 1994-2003
48
1
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," draft, n.d.
48
2
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Notes, n.d.
48
3
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1987-89
48
4
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1990
48
5
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, Jan-Aug 1991
48
6
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, Sep-Dec 1991
48
7
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings/Research, 1991
48
8
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1992
48
9
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1993
48
10
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1994
48
11
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1995
48
12
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, 1996-2007
48
13
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Clippings, n.d.
48
14
Literary Club, Papers, by Rieveschl, "The World in a Bottle," Correspondence, 1991, n.d.
48
15
Literary Club, Papers, Robert H. Allen, "The Philosopher," 1987
48
16
Literary Club, Papers, Van Meter Ames, "Poetry," 1974
48
17
Literary Club, Papers, Charles M. Barrett, M.D., "Second Thoughts," 1987
48
18
Literary Club, Papers, Norman A. Levy, "One Man’s Squid...," 1986
48
19
Literary Club, Papers, Bruce J. Petrie, "A Terrestrial Truce," 1986
48
20
Literary Club, Papers, Eugene L. Saenger, M.D., "Relationships or Relations," 1987
49
1
Literary Club, Clippings, 1987
49
2
Literary Club, Clippings, 1988
49
3
Literary Club, Clippings, 1989
49
4
Literary Club, Clippings, 1990
49
5
Literary Club, Clippings, 1992
49
6
Literary Club, Clippings, 1993
49
7
Literary Club, Clippings, 1994
49
8
Literary Club, Clippings, Jan-Mar 1995
49
9
Literary Club, Clippings, Apr-Dec, 1995
49
10
Literary Club, Clippings, Jan-Jun 1996
49
11
Literary Club, Clippings, Jul-Dec 1996
49
12
Literary Club, Clippings, Jan-May 1997
49
13
Literary Club, Clippings, Jun-Dec 1997
49
14
Literary Club, Clippings, 1998
49
15
Literary Club, Clippings, 1999
49
16
Literary Club, Clippings, 2000
50
1
Literary Club, Clippings, 2001
50
2
Literary Club, Clippings, Jan-Jun 2002
50
3
Literary Club, Clippings, Jul-Dec 2002
50
4
Literary Club, Clippings, Jan-Aug 2003
50
5
Literary Club, Clippings, Sep-Dec 2003
50
6
Literary Club, Clippings, 2004
50
7
Literary Club, Clippings, 2005
50
8
Literary Club, Clippings, n.d.
50
9
Lloyd Library, Correspondence, 1977-85
50
10
Lloyd Library, Correspondence, 1987-2006
50
11
Lloyd Library, Board Meetings agendas and notes, 1985-90, n.d.
50
12
Lloyd Library, Clippings, 1986, 1992
50
13
"M-Z" organizations, 1938-92, n.d.
  • National Academy of Sciences
  • National Chemical Exposition
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon
  • Queen City Club
  • Sigma Xi
  • Who’s Who
50
14
New York Academy of Sciences, Correspondence, 1955-2006
50
15
New York Academy of Sciences, Charles Darwin Associates Membership, 1997-2000
51
1
Ohio Academy of Science, Annual meeting, [Rieveschl paper], 1938
51
2
Ohio Academy of Science, Correspondence and membership, 1943, 1999
51
3
Ohio Academy of Science, 1991 Centennial Celebration materials, 1991
51
4
Phi Beta Kappa, [Clippings, correspondence, index, director], 1937-90
51
5
Queen City Optimists’ Club, Minutes of meetings, 1981-2007
51
6
Queen City Optimists’ Club, Correspondence and notes, 1982-2002, n.d.
51
7
Queen City Optimists’ Club, Centennial Celebration, [Correspondence, memos, book], 1994-95
51
8
Queen City Optimists’ Club, Holiday meeting, 1970-2001
51
9
Queen City Optimists’ Club, Events, programs, 1985-98, n.d.
51
10
Queen City Optimists’ Club, Tributes, 1981-96
  • Blacker, Harold
  • Brumm, Lewis Patrick
  • Hanselman, Wendell Forest
  • Havenstein, Dr. Virgil D.
  • Klinedinst, Thomas J.
  • Liggett, William N.
  • Lloyd, John Arthur
  • Rentschler, Walter A.
  • Shore, T. Spencer
  •  Taft, Robert, Jr.
51
11
Skyline Country Club, [Memos and correspondence], 1971-2003, n.d.
Series F: Philanthropy
Box
File
Description
51
12
General philanthropy, including award information and guides, 1984, n.d.
51
13
4H-AAM, 1979-81, n.d.
  • 4H
  • Archives of American Art [Smithsonian Institution]
  • AAM
51
14
Art Academy of Cincinnati, Correspondence, 1974-2006
52
1
Art Academy of Cincinnati, Notes and reports, 1984-2000
52
2
ACORV-CET, 1965-2007 [not inclusive]
  • ACORV [Arts Council of the Ohio River Valley]
  • Cavanagh, Jerome P.
  • CET [Cincinnati Educational Television]
52
3
Cincinnati Arts Association, 2008
52
4
CAM [Cincinnati Art Museum], Correspondence, 1976-2003, n.d.
52
5
CAM, Meetings, Committees – notes, memos, etc., [ca. 1992-98]
52
6
CAM, Speech, 1993
52
7
CAM, CAC [Contemporary Arts Center]-CAM Committee, correspondence, notes, reports, 1986-2007
52
8
CAM, Development Committee, 1979-96
52
9
CAM, Clippings, 1982-92
52
10
CAM, Clippings, 1993 [one document removed to Oversize series]
52
11
CAM, Clippings, 1994-99
52
12
CAM, Search, Correspondence, 1993
52
13
CAM, Search, Correspondence, 1994
52
14
CAM, Director’s Search, Committee materials, 1993-94, n.d.
52
15
CAM, Director Search, clippings, 1993-94
53
1
CAM, Director Search, notes, 1994
53
2
CAM, Cincinnati Galleries Project, 1980-83, n.d.
53
3
CAM, Centennial Celebration, 1978-80
53
4
CAM, Queen Noor visit; Nabataean Collection, Correspondence, 1994
53
5
CAM, Queen Noor visit; Nabataean Collection, Event materials, 1994
53
6
CAM, Queen Noor visit, Nabataean Collection, Clippings, 1994-2002, n.d.
53
7
CAM, Tribute dinner to honor Rieveschl, Program, 1999
53
8
CAM, Events, 1993, n.d.
53
9
CAM, Fundraising, "The Campaign," and "New Century Society," n.d.
53
10
CAM, Renovation, "A Masterpiece in the Works," PR materials, 1991-93
53
11
CAM, PR materials, [ca. 1990]
53
12
CAM, Miscellaneous notes, n.d.
53
13
CAM, "Collectors Group" and loans, 1977-83
53
14
CAM, "Contemporary Collections Circle," Correspondence, Meeting agendas/minutes, 1994-98
53
15
CAM, Resolution in Memory of Rieveschl, 2008 [given posthumously]
53
16
"Ci," 1975-2005
  • Cincinnati Ballet
  • Cincinnati Historical Society
  • Cincinnati May Festival
  • Cincinnati Museum Center
  • Cincinnati Observatory Center
  • Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
  • Cincinnati Zoo
  • City of Cincinnati – Council campaign
53
17
CAC [Contemporary Arts Center], Correspondence, 1970-2001
53
18
CAC, Board agendas and minutes, 1970-77 [ca. 1976-77]
53
19
CAC, notes, [ca. 1974]
53
20
CAC, Clippings and publications, 1970-94
53
21
"D-E," 1964-65
  • Detroit Science Museum Society
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra
  • Etruscan Foundation, Inc.
53
22
Foundation for Exceptional Children, 1962, n.d.
53
23
 
"G-H," 1966, n.d.
  • Girard Foundation
  • Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion
54
1
GCBC [Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial Commission, Inc.], Correspondence, 1987
54
2
GCBC, Correspondence, Jan-Jun 1988
54
3
GCBC, Correspondence, Jul-Dec 1988
54
4
GCBC, Famous Greater Cincinnatians, lists and biographies, 1987 [ca. 1988]
54
5
GCBC, Notes, [ca. 1987-88]
54
6
GCBC, "Salute to Our Stars," Event materials, 1988
54
7
GCBC, Publications, 1987-88
54
8
GCBC, Publications, 1988
54
9
"L-M," 1979-84
  • Literary Club
  • Miami University
  • Mount St. Joseph
54
10
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Correspondence, 1998-2000
54
11
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Mount Annual Fund, 1983-84
54
12
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Cornerstone Dinner, 2001-2
54
13
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Spring Jubilee Event, 2002-3
54
14
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Clippings, 1998-2002, n.d.
54
15
 
"N-P," 1970-2004
  • National Conference of Christians and Jews
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • Nature Conservancy
  • Pass-Age
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Public Relations, Inc.
54
16
Ohio Center for the Arts, Correspondence, 1991
54
17
Ohio Center for the Arts, “File Memorandum,” Site Evaluations, 1991
54
18
Ohio Center for the Arts, Lead Architect References and Evaluations, 1991
54
19
Ohio Center for the Arts, Arata Isozaki and Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
54
20
Ohio Center for the Arts, Arata Isozaki and Associates, Proposal, 1991
55
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, Benjamin Thomson and Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, Benjamin Thomson and Associates, Inc., Proposal, 1991
55
3
Ohio Center for the Arts, Bentley Meisner Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
4
Ohio Center for the Arts, Bohm-NBBJ, Inc., Qualifications, [ca. 1990]
55
5
Ohio Center for the Arts, Brown Myers Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
6
Ohio Center for the Arts, Centerbrook Architects, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
7
Ohio Center for the Arts, Centerbrook Associates, Proposal, 1991
55
8
Ohio Center for the Arts, Eisenmen Architects, Proposal, 1991
55
9
Ohio Center for the Arts, Eisenmen Architects / Bohm-NBBJ, Inc. / Lorenz and Williams, Inc., Proposal, 1991
55
10
Ohio Center for the Arts, Eisenmen Architects / Bohm-NBBJ, Inc. / Lorenz and Williams, Inc. / Marlow Burt / Kenneth Cunningham and Associations, Inc., “Supplemental Team Information,” [ca. 1990-91]
55
11
Ohio Center for the Arts, ELS – BOOR/A, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
12
Ohio Center for the Arts, GBBN [Garth, Burdick, Bauer-Nielsen, Inc.], Public Relations/Marketing materials, [ca. 1990-91]
55
13
Ohio Center for the Arts, Frank O. Gehry and Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
56
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, Frank O. Gehry and Associates, Inc., Proposal, 1991
56
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
56
3
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer, [ca. 1990-91]
56
4
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, Proposal, 1991
56
5
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, Proposal, 1991
56
6
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Correspondence, 1991
56
7
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Public Relations/Marketing materials, [ca. 1990-91]
56
8
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Proposal, 1991
56
9
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Architects, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
56
10
Ohio Center for the Arts, Polshek and Partners in association with Gartner, Burdick Bauer-Nilsen and Wilson & Associations, “Project Team Organizations,” 1991
57
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates, Proposal, 1991
57
3
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates, “Design Team Proposal,” 1991
57
4
Ohio Center for the Arts, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
5
Ohio Center for the Arts, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Proposal, 1991
57
6
Ohio Center for the Arts, Lorenz and Williams, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
7
Ohio Center for the Arts, Michael Graves, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
8
Ohio Center for the Arts, Michael Graves, Proposal, 1991
57
9
Ohio Center for the Arts, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
10
Ohio Center for the Arts, Moshe Safdie and Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
11
Ohio Center for the Arts, NBBJ [Eisenman Architects / Bohm – NBBJ / Lorenz and Williams, Inc.], “Site visit,” 1991
57
12
Ohio Center for the Arts, PEI Cobb Freed and Partners, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
13
Ohio Center for the Arts, THP Limited, Statement of Qualifications, 1991
57
14
Ohio Center for the Arts, Van Dijk, Johnson Partners, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
15
Ohio Center for the Arts, Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
51
12
General philanthropy, including award information and guides, 1984, n.d.
51
13
4H-AAM, 1979-81, n.d.
  • 4H
  • Archives of American Art [Smithsonian Institution]
  • AAM
51
14
Art Academy of Cincinnati, Correspondence, 1974-2006
52
1
Art Academy of Cincinnati, Notes and reports, 1984-2000
52
2
ACORV-CET, 1965-2007 [not inclusive]
  • ACORV [Arts Council of the Ohio River Valley]
  • Cavanagh, Jerome P.
  • CET [Cincinnati Educational Television]
52
3
Cincinnati Arts Association, 2008
52
4
CAM [Cincinnati Art Museum], Correspondence, 1976-2003, n.d.
52
5
CAM, Meetings, Committees – notes, memos, etc., [ca. 1992-98]
52
6
CAM, Speech, 1993
52
7
CAM, CAC [Contemporary Arts Center]-CAM Committee, correspondence, notes, reports, 1986-2007
52
8
CAM, Development Committee, 1979-96
52
9
CAM, Clippings, 1982-92
52
10
CAM, Clippings, 1993 [one document removed to Oversize series]
52
11
CAM, Clippings, 1994-99
52
12
CAM, Search, Correspondence, 1993
52
13
CAM, Search, Correspondence, 1994
52
14
CAM, Director’s Search, Committee materials, 1993-94, n.d.
52
15
CAM, Director Search, clippings, 1993-94
53
1
CAM, Director Search, notes, 1994
53
2
CAM, Cincinnati Galleries Project, 1980-83, n.d.
53
3
CAM, Centennial Celebration, 1978-80
53
4
CAM, Queen Noor visit; Nabataean Collection, Correspondence, 1994
53
5
CAM, Queen Noor visit; Nabataean Collection, Event materials, 1994
53
6
CAM, Queen Noor visit, Nabataean Collection, Clippings, 1994-2002, n.d.
53
7
CAM, Tribute dinner to honor Rieveschl, Program, 1999
53
8
CAM, Events, 1993, n.d.
53
9
CAM, Fundraising, "The Campaign," and "New Century Society," n.d.
53
10
CAM, Renovation, "A Masterpiece in the Works," PR materials, 1991-93
53
11
CAM, PR materials, [ca. 1990]
53
12
CAM, Miscellaneous notes, n.d.
53
13
CAM, "Collectors Group" and loans, 1977-83
53
14
CAM, "Contemporary Collections Circle," Correspondence, Meeting agendas/minutes, 1994-98
53
15
CAM, Resolution in Memory of Rieveschl, 2008 [given posthumously]
53
16
"Ci," 1975-2005
  • Cincinnati Ballet
  • Cincinnati Historical Society
  • Cincinnati May Festival
  • Cincinnati Museum Center
  • Cincinnati Observatory Center
  • Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
  • Cincinnati Zoo
  • City of Cincinnati – Council campaign
53
17
CAC [Contemporary Arts Center], Correspondence, 1970-2001
53
18
CAC, Board agendas and minutes, 1970-77 [ca. 1976-77]
53
19
CAC, notes, [ca. 1974]
53
20
CAC, Clippings and publications, 1970-94
53
21
"D-E," 1964-65
  • Detroit Science Museum Society
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra
  • Etruscan Foundation, Inc.
53
22
Foundation for Exceptional Children, 1962, n.d.
53
23
 
"G-H," 1966, n.d.
  • Girard Foundation
  • Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion
54
1
GCBC [Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial Commission, Inc.], Correspondence, 1987
54
2
GCBC, Correspondence, Jan-Jun 1988
54
3
GCBC, Correspondence, Jul-Dec 1988
54
4
GCBC, Famous Greater Cincinnatians, lists and biographies, 1987 [ca. 1988]
54
5
GCBC, Notes, [ca. 1987-88]
54
6
GCBC, "Salute to Our Stars," Event materials, 1988
54
7
GCBC, Publications, 1987-88
54
8
GCBC, Publications, 1988
54
9
"L-M," 1979-84
  • Literary Club
  • Miami University
  • Mount St. Joseph
54
10
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Correspondence, 1998-2000
54
11
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Mount Annual Fund, 1983-84
54
12
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Cornerstone Dinner, 2001-2
54
13
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Spring Jubilee Event, 2002-3
54
14
Mount St. Joseph, College of, Clippings, 1998-2002, n.d.
54
15
 
"N-P," 1970-2004
  • National Conference of Christians and Jews
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • Nature Conservancy
  • Pass-Age
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Public Relations, Inc.
54
16
Ohio Center for the Arts, Correspondence, 1991
54
17
Ohio Center for the Arts, “File Memorandum,” Site Evaluations, 1991
54
18
Ohio Center for the Arts, Lead Architect References and Evaluations, 1991
54
19
Ohio Center for the Arts, Arata Isozaki and Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
54
20
Ohio Center for the Arts, Arata Isozaki and Associates, Proposal, 1991
55
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, Benjamin Thomson and Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, Benjamin Thomson and Associates, Inc., Proposal, 1991
55
3
Ohio Center for the Arts, Bentley Meisner Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
4
Ohio Center for the Arts, Bohm-NBBJ, Inc., Qualifications, [ca. 1990]
55
5
Ohio Center for the Arts, Brown Myers Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
6
Ohio Center for the Arts, Centerbrook Architects, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
7
Ohio Center for the Arts, Centerbrook Associates, Proposal, 1991
55
8
Ohio Center for the Arts, Eisenmen Architects, Proposal, 1991
55
9
Ohio Center for the Arts, Eisenmen Architects / Bohm-NBBJ, Inc. / Lorenz and Williams, Inc., Proposal, 1991
55
10
Ohio Center for the Arts, Eisenmen Architects / Bohm-NBBJ, Inc. / Lorenz and Williams, Inc. / Marlow Burt / Kenneth Cunningham and Associations, Inc., “Supplemental Team Information,” [ca. 1990-91]
55
11
Ohio Center for the Arts, ELS – BOOR/A, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
55
12
Ohio Center for the Arts, GBBN [Garth, Burdick, Bauer-Nielsen, Inc.], Public Relations/Marketing materials, [ca. 1990-91]
55
13
Ohio Center for the Arts, Frank O. Gehry and Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
56
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, Frank O. Gehry and Associates, Inc., Proposal, 1991
56
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
56
3
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer, [ca. 1990-91]
56
4
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, Proposal, 1991
56
5
Ohio Center for the Arts, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, Proposal, 1991
56
6
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Correspondence, 1991
56
7
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Public Relations/Marketing materials, [ca. 1990-91]
56
8
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, "Proposal," 1991
56
9
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stewart Polshek and Partners, Architects, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
56
10
Ohio Center for the Arts, Polshek and Partners in association with Gartner, Burdick Bauer-Nilsen and Wilson & Associations, "Project Team Organizations," 1991
57
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates, Proposal, 1991
57
3
Ohio Center for the Arts, James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates, "Design Team Proposal," 1991
57
4
Ohio Center for the Arts, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
5
Ohio Center for the Arts, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Proposal, 1991
57
6
Ohio Center for the Arts, Lorenz and Williams, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
7
Ohio Center for the Arts, Michael Graves, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
8
Ohio Center for the Arts, Michael Graves, Proposal, 1991
57
9
Ohio Center for the Arts, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
10
Ohio Center for the Arts, Moshe Safdie and Associates, Inc., Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
11
Ohio Center for the Arts, NBBJ [Eisenman Architects / Bohm – NBBJ / Lorenz and Williams, Inc.], “Site visit,” 1991
57
12
Ohio Center for the Arts, PEI Cobb Freed and Partners, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
13
Ohio Center for the Arts, THP Limited, Statement of Qualifications, 1991
57
14
Ohio Center for the Arts, Van Dijk, Johnson Partners, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
57
15
Ohio Center for the Arts, Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, Statement of Qualifications, 1990
58
1
Ohio Center for the Arts, Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, Proposal, 1991
58
2
Ohio Center for the Arts, Wilson and Associates, Inc., Public Relations and Marketing materials, [ca. 1991]
58
3
Public Relations Society of America, Correspondence, 1991
58
4
Public Relations Society of America, Presidents Award and Luncheon, Speech, program and notes, 1991 [oversized document removed to Oversized Series]
58
5
Public Relations Society of America, Clippings, 1991
58
6
Quest Education Task Force, Correspondence, 1992, 1995-99
58
7
Quest Education Task Force, Notes, 1996 [ca. 1995-96]
58
8
Quest Education Task Force, Task force meeting agendas, minutes and reports, 1996
58
9
Quest Education Task Force, Research/Resource materials, 1996 [ca. 1995-96]
58
10
Quest Education Task Force, Clippings, 1992, 1996
58
11
"S-Z," 1966-2008
  • School for Creative and Performing Arts
  • Senior Services of Northern Kentucky
  • Sisters of Saint Francis
  • Saint Ursula Academy
  • Taft Museum
  • Union Terminal Catalogue
  • Voices of Giving (Sponsored by Leave a Legacy)
  • WGUC
  • Women’s Crisis Center
58
12
UC, Programs "A-Ce," 1963-94
  • Arts and Sciences, College of
  • Athletic Department
  • William J. Baker Memorial Fund
  • Boosters Club
  • Celebration of Campus Renaissance
  • Centers for Excellence Campaign
58
13
UC, Programs "Ch," 1991-2003
  • Chemistry, Department of [Eminent Scholar Position]
  • Chief Executive Leadership Award – Nomination for Joseph A. Steger
58
14
UC, Programs "Co-H," 1966-2005, n.d.
  • College-Conservatory of Music
  • Corporate Fund
  • Engineering, College of (History Book)
  • Entrepreneurship Recognition Banquet [Center for Entrepreneurship Education and Research]
  • Frank Gehry Dinner
  • General UC Information
  • Geology, Department of (Rieveschl Geo Lecture)
  • Hewitt-Kautz Fund
58
15
UC, Programs "L-O," 1960-2006
  • Library
  • MAST (Membrane Applied Science and Technology)
  • Medical Heritage Center, Renovation Campaign
  • Model United Nations
  • Nomination of Dr. Eugene L. Saenger for Honorary Degree
58
16
UC, Programs "P-T," 1965-94 [some documents removed to oversized series]
  • Pharmacy, College of
    • Distinguished Scientist Seminar
    • “George Rieveschl/Parke-Davis Graduate Student Fund”
  • President’s Club (UC Fund)
  • Presidential Ball
  • George Rieveschl, Jr. Awards – for Scholarly and Creative Works
  • Sesquicentennial Fund
  • Stuart, Harold L.
  • "This Valley: Our People and Places" (UC and Cincinnati Enquirer)
59
1
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Administration, Finance and Meetings, 1968-84
59
2
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Directory of Members, 1988/1989
59
3
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Correspondence, 1974-87
59
4
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Notes, 1972-83, n.d.
59
5
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Speeches and Articles, 1982-83, n.d.
59
6
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Publications and Reports, 1973-88, n.d.
59
7
UC, Charles McMicken Society, Clippings, 1975-76, n.d.
59
8
UC Foundation, Administration, Board meetings, reports (UC|21; UC Foundation; best practice), 1979-2006, n.d.
59
9
UC Foundation, Notes, 1989, n.d.
59
10
UC Foundation, Publications and Reports, 1990-2007, n.d.
59
11
UC Foundation, Correspondence, 1970-78
59
12
UC Foundation, Correspondence, 1979-90
59
13
UC Foundation, Correspondence, 1995-2007, n.d.
59
14
UC Foundation, Clippings, 1975-2007
59
15
UC Foundation, UC Campaign, 1994-95
59
16
UC Foundation, George Rieveschl, Jr., Annual Dinner, 1993-2003, n.d.
60
1
UC Foundation, The Herman Schneider Legacy Society, n.d.
60
2
UC Foundation, "Lutkehaus," travel programs (includes photographs), 1983, 1991, n.d. - photographs
60
3
UC Foundation, "Lutkehaus," Correspondence, 1983-89
60
4
UC Foundation, "Lutkehaus," Correspondence, 1990-95
60
5
UC Foundation, "Lutkehaus," Correspondence, 1997-2003, n.d.
60
6
UC Foundation, "Lutkehaus," Clippings, 1983-84
60
7
UC Foundation, "Lutkehaus," Clippings, 1986, n.d.
60
8
UC Foundation, UC Public Relations Publications, 1998-2003, n.d.
Series G: Personal Finances
Box
File
Description
60
9
Spain Project – Project objectives and blueprints, 1972, n.d. (see also oversized series for blueprints)
60
10
Spain Project – Expenses, 1970-77, n.d.
60
11
Spain Project – Notes and jottings, 1971, n.d. [contains expense related items, along with calculations]
60
12
Spain Project – Travel itineraries and documentation, 1970-73, n.d.
60
13
Spain Project – Clippings, 1958-77, n.d.
61
1
Spain Project – Correspondence, 1972
61
2
Spain Project – Correspondence, [ca. 1972]
61
3
Spain Project – Correspondence, Jan-Mar 1973
61
4
Spain Project – Correspondence, Apr-Jul 1973
61
5
Spain Project – Correspondence, Sep-Dec 1973
61
6
Spain Project – Correspondence, [ca. 1973]
61
7
Spain Project – Correspondence, Jan 1974
61
8
Spain Project – Correspondence, Feb-Apr 1974
62
1
Spain Project – Correspondence, May-Jun 1974
62
2
Spain Project – Correspondence, Aug-Dec 1974
62
3
Spain Project – Correspondence, 1975
62
4
Spain Project – Correspondence, Jan-May 1976
62
5
Spain Project – Correspondence, Jun-Dec 1976
62
6
Spain Project – Correspondence, 1977, 1979, 2001
62
7
Spain Project – Correspondence, [ca. 1972-77] [letters organized by month, but no known definite years except project years – otherwise impossible to determine]
62
8
Spain Project – Correspondence, [ca. 1972-77 – the years of the project]
62
9
Spain Project – Correspondence, envelopes only, 1972-76
Series H: Personal Life
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(these exist outside of the physical photo collection)

Subseries 1: Awards (see also Oversized series)

Box
File
Description
63
1
"A-C," 1980-2004, n.d.
  • American Pharmaceutical Association
  • Art Academy of Cincinnati
  • Children’s Hospital Medical Center "Good Bears"
  • Cincinnati Zoo
  • Cincinnatus Association
63
2
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Correspondence "A-D," 1995-97
  • Aronoff, Stanley J.
  • Asbury, Taylor, M.D. [Tuck]
  • Barrett, Michael R.
  • Beck, Clark E., P.E.
  • Brown, M[?]
  • Burleigh, William R.
  • Cohen, Frances [Fran]
  • Cohen, Fran and Stanley [Cincinnati Art Museum]
  • Delcamp, Robert M.
  • Dilger, Joseph C.
63
3
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Correspondence "F-Z," 1995
  • Freidman [?], Dick
  • Glover, R. M. [Dick]
  • Kyln, M. J.
  • Kramer, Richard L.
  • Newell, Valerie L.
  • Orchin, [Mitt?]
  • Robinson, Wm. T. [Bill], III
  • Scahill, John and Joan
  • Schloss, Stuart A., Jr.
  • Scripps, Charles
  • Smale, John G.
  • Stewart, Robert B.
  • Stocker, Mrs C. Paul
  • Tenhover,  Jane [Nealy?]
  • Witten, Louis [Lou]
  • [?], Hillard/Millard [?]
  • [?]
63
4
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Event Programs and Material, 1995
63
5
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Clippings, 1995
63
6
"G-U," 1950-91, n.d.
  • Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial Commission
  • Michigan Patent Law Association, “Michigan’s Foremost Inventors”
  • The National Observer
  • The Ohio Academy of Science Centennial Celebration
  • Trans-World Airlines
  • The United States Junior Chamber of Congress
  • University of Cincinnati [Building]
63
7
Great Living Cincinnatian, Event material, 1990
63
8
Great Living Cincinnatian, Clippings and Press Release, 1990
63
9
Great Living Cincinnatian, Correspondence "A-C," 1990
  • Addison, [Sharry?]
  • Albright, Kathy Lang
  • Altmeier, Dorthea
  • Asbury, Taylor [Tuck]
  • Barrett, Mrs. Charles Marion ([Chaz?] Belle)
  • Barrett, John F.
  • Benjamin, Julien
  • Bell, David C., D.D.S. [Dave]
  • Birckhead, Toni [T.]
  • Blank, Bob
  • Boswell, William P.
  • Brooks, Sanford M.
  • Brown, Paul E.
  • Brunner, G. F. [Gordon]
  • Bullock, John M.
  • Chatterjee, Jay
  • Chesley, Stanley M.
  • Cohen, Fran
  • Coombe, Eva Jane R.
63
10
Great Living Cincinnatian, Correspondence "D-G," 1990
  • Di Ullio, Albert J., S.J.
  • Donne, John E.
  • Dresser, Dr. Betsy L.
  • Duff, Jane
  • Dugan, Marion
  • Dunsker, Stewart B., M.D.
  • Depree, David B.
  • Durham, Saralov
  • Durrell, Richard H.
  • Edwards, Peg and George
  • Fitzgerald, James T., AIA [Jim]
  • Friedlander, William A.
  • Gale, Oliver M.
  • Geier, James A. D.
  • Greene, Hoke and Stella
  • Greiwe, Richard J.
  • Griffin, [Mrs.] Virginia K.
  • Guckenberger, Geo.
63
11
Great Living Cincinnatian,  Correspondence "H-M," 1990
  • Hamant, Nancy R.
  • Harrington, Sister Jean Patrice
  • Harrison, [?] and [?]
  • Helmholz, Robert William [Bob]
  • Hershey, Daniel, Ph.D. [Dan]
  • Hess, Evelyn V., M.D., F.A.C.P.
  • Hinckley, Charles C.
  • Howe, Roger L.
  • Huvos, Kornel
  • Kahles, John
  • Kendall, Robert F.
  • Kiggan, James D.
  • Lewis, Barbara
  • Lindberg, Charles D. [Charlie]
  • Lytle, Dr. James D.
  • Mantel, Samuel J.
  • Maruska, Edward J.
  • Mayfield, Frank H., M.D.
  • Mechem, Charles, Jr.
  • Montopoli, Jerome P.
63
12
Great Living Cincinnatian, Correspondence "O-R," 1990
  • O’Conner, Jack
  • Ott, Robert B. [Bob]
  • Papadakis, Constantine N.
  • Parchman, William J.
  • Perl[?], [?]
  • Pinger, Dan
  • Pogue, Henry E. W.
  • Pollack, David
  • Rogers, Lawrence H., II
  • Rosenthal, Lois
  • Rouse, Jack and Moe
  • Ruhl, Roger
63
13
Great Living Cincinnatian, Correspondence "S-V," 1990
  • Salinger, Mrs. James A. [Joyce]
  • Santen, Harry H.
  • Schiff, Gilbert M., M.D. [Gil]
  • Schmidt, Oscar
  • Sittenfeld, Paul G.
  • Small, John E.
  • Smith, Allison [and Roger Ruhl]
  • Stegers, Taylors, Waddells, Wicks [to]
  • Steger, Joseph A.
  • Stern, Joe
  • Straus, Sue
  • Sullivan, Dennie
  • Sw[?], George and Helece[?]
  • Taft, Robert, Jr.
  • Taft, Robert A., II
  • Tew, John M., Jr., M.D.
  • Thurston, Jim
  • Van Wye, Joyce
  • Vaughn, Charles W.
  • Vontz, Al, Jr.
63
14
Great Living Cincinnatian, Correspondence "W-Z" and no last name, 1990
  • Wadsworth, Randolph L., Jr. [Duck]
  • Ward, Patrick J.
  • Warnemunde, Bradley L.
  • Wedge, Donald R.
  • Weston, Phyllis and Leo
  • Weston, Donald E.
  • Wick, Chad P.
  • Williams, John P., Jr.
  • Wilson, Dr. Kenneth
  • Winkler, Henry R.
  • J., Bill
  • R. Helen and Bob
  • [?] Moanan
  • [?], Ruth
  • [?], Ruta [GR’s assistant?]
  • Ry
  • [?], W. Wayne
63
15
Mount St. Joseph Honorary Degree, Correspondence, Program, 1998-99
63
16
Ohio Science and Technology Hall of Fame, 1991
63
17
Post-Corbett Award, Correspondence, "A-J," 1990
  • Black, Anne
  • Burleigh, William R.
  • Cohen, Fran
  • Edgy, Jim
  • Greene, Hoke [Hokie] and Stella
  • H[?], Bee and John
  • Holmes, Findley and Joyce
  • Jenkins, John
63
18
Post-Corbett Award, Correspondence, "K-Z," 1990
  • Kindle, Donald E.
  • Monder, Steven
  • Pogue, Henry E.
  • Schiff, Mary
  • Shichl[?]y, Charlotte
  • Spiegel, S. Arthur [Art]
  • Steinman, Joyce
  • Stern, Joseph S., Jr.
  • Stolberg, David and Anne
  • Taft, Robert A., II [Bob]
  • Vontz, Albert W. [Al]
63
19
Post-Corbett Award, Event materials (programs, speech, and clippings), 1990

Subseries 2: Benadryl Accomplishments (later life)

64
1
"Dow, Merrell, Bendectin," Affidavit of Dr. Crescitelli, 1982
64
2
"Dow, Merrell, Bendectin," Articles and clippings, 1950-84, n.d.
64
3
"Dow, Merrell, Bendectin," Correspondence and notes, 1984, n.d.
64
4
Clippings and Advertisements, 1970-95
64
5
Clippings and Advertisements, 1996-2007
64
6
Clippings and Advertisements, n.d.
64
7
Notes, n.d.
64
8
Warner-Lambert Annual Report, 1977
64
9
Research paper on Benadryl discovery, 2001
64
10
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Speech, 1995
64
11
"Benadryl Anniversary Party," Correspondence and clippings, 2006

Subseries 3: Bios and Resumes

64
12
Biographical information, [ca. 1954], 1974
64
13
Biographical information, [ca. 1944], [ca. 1994]

Subseries 4: Clippings

64
14
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 1937-51
64
15
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 1955-56
64
16
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 1960-65
64
17
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 1970-83
64
18
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 1988-93
64
19
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 1995-2002
64
20
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., 2006-8
64
21
General, George Rieveschl, Jr., n.d.
64
22
General, 1944-69
64
23
General, 1970
64
24
General, 1971-72
64
25
General, 1973-74
65
1
General, 1975-76
65
2
General, 1977
65
3
General, 1978
65
4
General, 1979-81
65
5
General, 1982-86
65
6
General, 1987-96
65
7
General, 2000-Oct 2001
65
8
General, Nov-Dec 2001
65
9
General. 2003-May 2004
65
10
General, Jun-Dec 2004
65
11
General, 2006-7
65
12
General, n.d.
65
13
General, n.d.
65
14
General, n.d.
65
15
General, n.d.
65
16
General, n.d.

Subseries 5: Correspondence

66
1
"A," 1932-2000
  • Abbott, Dot
  • Abeles, Joseph
  • Adamany, David
  • Adams, Philip R.
  • Adams, Dr. Roger
  • Adler, Jon [?]
  • Ailes[?], Ed
  • Alexanderson, Captain Leroy
  • Allen, Bob
  • Allen, Robert H. [and Jackson Smart]
  • Altemeier, W. A., M.D. [Bill]
  • American Culinary Federation of Greater Cincinnati
  • Anbeny, Abrie H. [?]
  • Andrews, [?]
  • Anness, Charles W.
  • Arauicb[?], Carl and Anne
  • Archer, [?] and Ray
  • Arenson, Dr. Saul B.
  • Aring, Mary and Charles
  • Aring, Charles
  • Armstrong, Mr. Neil A. [see also HARP and UC – VP for Special Projects]
  • Aronoff, Stanley J.
  • The Arts Commission of the City of Detroit
66
2
Asbury, Dr. Eslie, 1976-88, n.d.
66
3
"B-Ba," 1949-96, n.d.
  • B., Dorothy and Catherine
  • B., Joe and Virginia
  • Backs[?], Linn[?] and Bill
  • Baker, R. Samuel II [Sam and Liz]
  • Baker, Taylor [Tay]
  • Ballman, Betty and Don
  • Ballman, Donald K.
  • Bandelin, Dr. F. J. [Fred]
  • Banker, Mrs. Howard
  • Bankovski, Ruta [R]
  • Banks, C. K. [Ken]
  • Bannon, James W. [Jim]
  • Barbour, George
  • Barbour, George and Dorothy
  • Barr, Clifford L. [Cliff]
  • Barrago, G. F. [Gianfranco]
  • Barrett, Dr. Charles M. [Charley]
  • Barrett, John F.
  • Bateman, Dr. Robert L. [Bob]
  • Bates, Mary
66
4
"Be-Bi," 1933-97, n.d.
  • Beatty, Harold A. [Hal]
  • Beckjord, Walter E. [Signature and stationary name seem not to match]
  • Beckwith, Edmund R., Jr.
  • Beemer, Lloyd A.
  • Beesley, Eugene N.
  • Bell, Cliff
  • Belmore, Frederick M.
  • Bender, George A.
  • Bendry, Mr. J. A.
  • Benjamin, Julien
  • Bennett, Mr. O. H.
  • Bentley, John A.
  • Benton, Mrs. Marie
  • Berns, H. Jerome [Jerry]
  • Bernstein, I. Leonard, M.D. [Leo]
  • Bettman, Mrs. Gilbert [Liz and Gil]
  • Beyer, Dr. Karl H.
  • Binns, Ralph S.
  • Birkerts, Gunnar
  • Bisplinghoff, Raymond L. [Ray]
  • Bixby, Pauline and Glenn
66
5
Beckett, Bill, 1982-90
66
6
Bennis, Warren, 1957-76
66
7
Bennis, Warren, 1977-80
66
8
Bennis, Warren, 1981-89
66
9
Bennis, Warren, 1990-94
66
10
Bennis, Warren, 1997-2006
66
11
Bennis, Warren, n.d.
66
12
Bennis, Warren, “A Letter to Kate,” n.d.
67
1
Bennis, Warren, Thesis by Pat and Drea Zigarmi, 1974
67
2
Bennis, Warren, Papers/Articles by Bennis, 1974-75, n.d.
67
3
Bennis, Warren, Publications/Articles/Interviews by Bennis, 1974, n.d.
67
4
Bennis, Warren, Interviews with, 1974-75
67
5
Bennis, Warren, New Management, 1983
67
6
Bennis, Warren, New Management, 1984-85
67
7
"Bl-Br," 1949-2001, n.d.
  • Black, Helen C.
  • Black, Robert L., Jr. [Bob]
  • Black, Tim
  • Blackwell, J. Kenneth [Ken]
  • Bloch, Herbert R., Jr. [Herb]
  • Bloomfield Township Public Library
  • Boland, J. David, Jr.
  • Boni, R. E. [Bob]
  • Bonventre, P. F. [Peter]
  • Booth, Rev. and Mrs. L. Venchael
  • Bortz, Arn
  • Bosert[?], Chef[?]
  • Branch, C. B. [Ben]
  • Bratton, Dr.
  • Breeze, Bill
  • Brown, Charles C.
  • Brown, Lauren Lee
  • Brown, Rachel
  • Brunsman, Anthony W. [Tony]
  • Brush, Tom
  • Brushossur[?], Jack
67
8
Bodenmann, Hans, 1964-84
68
1
Bodenmann, Hans, Capsule, 1973-75, n.d.
68
2
Bodenmann, Hans, (CAM Trip), 1995
68
3
Breidenbach, Andrew, 1980-81
68
4
Brown, Paul E., 1979-91
68
5
Brown, Paul E., [Clippings], 1980-91, n.d.
68
6
"Bu," 1949-2000, n.d.
  • Buckingham, Mrs. James Knaul [Lillian Zacharias]
  • Budd, Luther
  • Buenger, Clement L. [Clem]
  • Buesser, Bettina
  • Bullock, John R.
  • Bullock, Marion
  • Bunis, Alvin Woodrow [Al]
  • Burckhalter, Joe
  • Burger, Alfred
  • Burleigh, William R.
  • Burns, J. Dawson, D.D.S.
  • Burns, Ingrid
  • Bursick, Ralph
  • Bush, George and Laura
  • Butler, David L., Ph.D. [Dave]
68
7
Burrows, Clara (includes clippings), 1984-2000, n.d.
68
8
"Ca," 1949-88, n.d.
  • Caldwell, John B.
  • Calmes, Betsy, Mary Ann, and Bob
  • Calmes, Robert E.
  • Campbell, Doris and Doug
  • Campbell, Douglas, Jr.
  • Campbell, Sarah
  • [Carn?], [Greg?]
  • Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. T.
  • Carson, Nolen W.
  • Carter, A. E. [Al]
  • Carter-Leavitt, Lloyd
  • Cartwright[?], Roy
  • Caruso, Joseph A. [Joe]
  • Caskey, J. L.
  • Cassidy, Samuel M. [Sam]
  • Castano, Eduardo C. [Edward]
  • Caster, Bob
  • Cavanagh, Jerome P.
68
9
Carlin, Bob, 1966-70
68
10
Carlin, Bob, 1971-80
68
11
Carlin, Bob, 1996-2004, n.d.
68
12
Caster, Ken, 1946-95
68
13
"Ch-Ci," 1951-97, n.d.
  • Chafee, Judith
  • Chaffee and Lancaster
  • Champlin, Russell L., Jr.
  • Chapineo[?], Tom[?]
  • Chapman, Orville L.
  • Chapman, William L. [Bill]
  • Chester, George N.
  • Chevillot, Marc
  • Christensen, Paul W., Jr.
  • Christenson, Gordon A.
  • Cincinnati Business and Professional Women’s Club
  • Cincinnati Country Club
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
  • Cislak, F. E. [Frank]
68
14
"Cl-Cu," 1958-99, n.d.
  • Clark, Leland C., Jr., Ph.D. [Lee]
  • Clooney, Nick and Nina
  • Closson, Burton, Jr.
  • Closson, Lela and Burton
  • Cobey, John G.
  • Coffey, Virginia
  • Coleman, J. A. [Jack]
  • Collier, H. O. J. [Harry]
  • Commercial Club of Cincinnati
  • Conlan, Thomas L. [Tom]
  • Cook, Elton S., Ph.D.
  • Coombe, Eva Jane
  • Cooper, Paul
  • Corbett, Mrs. J. Ralph [Pat]
  • Cordner, William F. [Bill]
  • Corey, Don
  • Creal, G. G.
  • Crespo, Dr. Rogelio
  • Crooks, Harry M., Jr.
  • Crosset, Mrs. Richard
  • Culp, W. W.
68
15
Controulis, Denise, 1982-85
69
1
Controulis, John, 1953-77
69
2
Controulis, John, 1978-89
69
3
Controulis, John, 1994-97, n.d.
69
4
"Da-De," 1933-2005, n.d.
  • Dabovich, Thomas C.
  • Davis, B. M.
  • Davis, Dr. Harry
  • Davis, Jacob E.
  • Deasy, Clara
  • DeCamp, John P.
  • Degener, F. A. [Fritz]
  • Delcamp, Bob
  • Delcamp, Bob and Dottie
  • Delcamp, Dorothy [Dottie]
  • Denison, A. G. [Denny]
  • Dent, Mrs. Samuel G., Jr. [Marian]
  • Dent, Samuel
  • [Derrep?], [Chieufranco?]
69
5
"Di-Do," 1950-2000, n.d.
  • Dice, John
  • Dickinson, Fairleigh S., Jr.
  • Dicksons
  • Diehl, John
  • [Dierelli?], [Bob?]
  • Dilger, J. G. [Joe]
  • Diherstein?], Norman
  • Dirven, G. V. [Jerry]
  • DiUlio, Albert J., S. J.
  • Doan, H. D.
  • Doan, Leland Ira
  • Dobbin, R. E. [Art]
  • Dome, Grace C.
  • Dome, George
  • Doty, Roger L.
69
6
Dodson, M. Reynolds, 1970-92
69
7
Dome, John E., 1972-99, n.d.
69
8
Donaldson, William V., 1978-91
69
9
"Dr-Dy," 1952-94, n.d.
  • Draddy, Vincent DePaul
  • Dreihann, Baroness I.
  • Drysdale, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
  • du Vigneaud, Vincent
  • Dubow, David
  • Dugan, Marion
  • Dugan, Richard T. [Dick]
  • Duncan, H. B.
  • Dunham, Frank L.
  • Dunant, Yves
  • Dupee, David B. [Dave]
  • Duran, Antonio Ferrer
  • Durrell, Jane
  • Dyer, [Mim?]
  • Dykema, Jere H.
  • Dykema, Richard
69
10
Dripps, Sam, 1960-78, n.d.
69
11
Durrell, Richard and Lucile, 1973-78
69
12
Durrell, Richard and Lucile, 1984-9[0]
69
13
"E," 1949-84, n.d.
  • Earls, William T.
  • Edwards, Milt
  • Ehrling, Sixteen
  • Eisenman, Alvin
  • Emery, Alden H.
  • Engelman, Dick [et al]
  • Everingham, Lyle
69
14
Eckstein, Gus, 1971-81, n.d.
69
15
Edwards, George, 1971-95
69
16
Estes, Elliott “Pete,” 1980-85, n.d.
69
17
"Fa-Fl," 1952-91, n.d.
  • Farnau, E. F.
  • [Farrer?], Lillian, Julian, [Segg?]
  • Feldberg, Katherine and Wilhelm
  • Fennekohl, Art
  • Fern, Jules
  • Fern[is?], [Art?]
  • Ferrer, Antonio
  • Fife, Lyle
  • Filkosky, William J.
  • Fischer, Niels H.
  • Fisher, C. U.
  • Fisher, Myron W. [Mike]
  • Fite, D. P. [Dean]
  • Fleischman, Skip
  • Fleming, Robert [Bob] – see also Box 69 File 19
  • Fletcher, Kingston
69
18
Farmer, Walter, 1994-97
70
1
Feltenstein, Harry, 1974-80
70
2
Feltenstein, Harry, 1981-93
70
3
Feltenstein, Harry, 1994-2001, n.d.
70
4
Fleming, Robert, 1980-92, n.d.
70
5
"Fo-Fre," 1951-91, n.d.
  • Fopma, Robert J.
  • Ford, Mrs. Emory M.
  • Ford, Gerald R.
  • [Fowler?], Leo and Jacqueline
  • Fox, Sereck H., D.Sc.
  • Frantzreb, Arthur C. [Art]
  • Fraser, Malcolm
  • Freeman, Edith and Joann
  • Freeman, Jack
  • Freeman, Joan
  • Freeze, Tom
  • Freid[?] [Ring-Hotel-Finanz AG Basel]
  • Freidler, O.
70
6
Fralich, John, 1962-80, n.d.
70
7
Fralich, John, Clippings, 1970-74
70
8
Fralich, John, Clippings, 1975-76
70
9
"Fri-Fu," 1947-92,  n.d.
  • Friedlander, William A. [Bill]
  • Frishe, William C. [Bill]
  • Frnka, Del S.
  • Frohlich, Bill
  • Frohlich[?], Jullian
  • Fromm, James E. and Joanna B.
  • Fromm, Paul
  • Fruehauf, Harvey C.
  • Fulford, Margaret
70
10
"Ga-Gil," 1949-2006, n.d.
  • Gale, Oliver Marble
  • Gall, Edward A., M.D.
  • Gal[ri?]elly, Marie
  • Garber, Harold
  • Garber, Mr. and Mrs. Harold [Mary Ann]
  • Gelfman, Sam W.
  • George, Tom
  • Gergel, Max G.
  • Gevirtz, Don L.
  • Ghia, Urmila
  • Gibbs, Barbara
  • Gilbert, Dave
  • Gilligan, John J.
  • Gillett, Charles
70
11
Geier, Jim, 1995-2001
70
12
"Gin-Gu," 1943-93, n.d.
  • Ginsberg, Sigmund G. [Sig]
  • Girard, Alexander
  • Girard, Susan
  • Glasser, A. C. [Art]
  • Glasser, Marjorie
  • Glendale, Village of
  • Glueck, Charles J., M.D.
  • Glueck, Helen
  • Goff, L. B. [Lyle]
  • Goldfeder, Howard
  • Goldman, Leon, M.D.
  • Gordon, Albert
  • Gordon, Dr. Louis
  • Gottschalk, Alfred
  • Graham, William B. [Bill]
  • Gray, M. F. “Gerry”
  • Grether, Hans
  • Griffins, Bill
  • Grote, Dr. Irwin
  • Gruber, Lester
  • Grulee, Bud
  • Gr[unler?] [or Greenler?]
  • Guckenberger, Guy C.
  • Guernica R., P. [Pete]
  • Gushee, Richard
70
13
Gorzalski, Edward J., 1970-71
70
14
Gorzalski, Edward J., 1972
70
15
Gorzalski, Edward J., 1973-75, n.d.
71
1
Greene, Hoke, 1965-95 [includes Memorial materials]
71
2
Greene, Hoke and Stella, 1970-98, n.d.
71
3
Greene, Stella, 1967-2006, n.d.
71
4
"Ha," 1943-2000, n.d.
  • Hachen, Harry H.
  • Hader, Rodney N.
  • Haines, William J., Ph.D. [Bill]
  • Hall, Joan
  • Hall, Lloyd A.
  • Halloran, Ken
  • Hamilton, Frank T.
  • Hamlin, Arthur
  • Hammer, John L., Jr.
  • Hammerlee, Lee and Cliff
  • Hanley, Shelly
  • Hansen, Ray
  • Hardy, George
  • Harkness, Catherine C.
  • Harriman, Benjamin R.
  • Harrison, Don
  • Harrison, R. S. [Richard]
  • Hartleb, Lottie
  • Hawkins, Earline and Lawrence
71
5
"He-Hi," 1947-99, n.d.
  • Head, Joseph H., Jr.
  • Heimlich, Jane and Hank
  • Helm, Dr. Robert A.
  • Henderson, H. Thurman
  • Hendrey, Dr. W. B. [Waldersee]
  • Herbst, Bob and Lucy
  • Hersberger, Arthur B. [Art]
  • Herschede, Mark
  • Hiatt, Marjorie
  • Hibbard, Dwight H.
  • Hicks, J. Glenn
  • Hilberry, Clarence
  • Hills, Roderick M. [Rod]
  • Hinckley, Helen
  • Hirtl, Leo
71
6
"Ho-Hy," 1964-99, n.d.
  • Hobson, Henry W., Jr.
  • Hoffman, Nancy
  • Holcomb, W. F. [Walt]
  • Hollister, Lee
  • Holmes, Bud and Joyce
  • Hopple, John S.
  • Horan, John J.
  • Horstman, Barry M.
  • Hotel George V
  • Howe, Joyce
  • Huang, Clarence
  • Huber, Mr. and Mrs. W. Frederick
  • Hudson, Joseph L., Jr.
  • Huenink, D. J. [John]
  • Hummel, Frances C.
  • Hummel, Robert P., M.D.
  • Hush, Kathryn W.
  • Huston, T. Scott
  • Huvos, Kornel
  • Hyland, William T., M.D.
  • Hynes, Bob
71
7
Hubbard, Arthur, 1985-90
71
8
Hubbard, Arthur, 1991-93
71
9
Hubbard, Arthur, 1994-95
71
10
Hubbard, Arthur, 1996, n.d.
71
11
Hulsen, Al, 1981-87, n.d.
71
12
Huntley, R. F., 1960s-1980, n.d.
71
13
"I-J," 1951-82, n.d.
  • Irmay, Shragga
  • Jacottet, C. M.
  • James, Heidi
  • Jarvie, Charles L.
  • Jarvis, LeRoy O.
  • Jeeves, W. R. [Mr.]
  • Jennings, Edward H.
  • Jochems, Frank
  • Joe[?]s, [?]
  • Johnson, Alan
  • Johnson, Carl
  • Johnson, Fred
  • Johnson, Howard W.
  • Johnson, Jane
71
14
Kahles, J., 1964-97, n.d.
71
15
"Ka-Ke," 1961-95, n.d.
  • Kahn, Peg
  • Kalthoff, Robert J. [Bob]
  • Kamm, Oliver
  • Kastens, Merritt L.
  • Katz, Randy
  • Kauffman, Murray
  • Keagy, Robert
  • Keating, Michael K.
  • Keating, William J. [Bill]
  • Keefe, John W.
  • Kehoe, Robert A., M.D.
  • Keller, Lorrence T.
  • Kellogg, David M. [from Hoke S. Greene]
  • Kenyon, Richard L. [Dick]
  • Kere[ia]kes, Jim
  • Ketterer, Roman Norbert
71
16
Kalthoff, Robert, 1987-2002 [see also box 71 file 15]
72
1
"Ki-Ku," 1949-81, n.d.
  • Kidwell, Lee
  • Kiline, A. [?]
  • Kimerly, Harvey L.
  • Kirkpatricks
  • Kitchen, Dr. D. K.
  • Klaerner, Curtis M.
  • Knoepfel, Konrad
  • Knuttgen, Mrs. H.
  • Koal, Martha Susan
  • Kock, Winston E.
  • Kowalewski, Joseph F.
  • Kraft, Fred W.
  • Kuettner, A. L.
  • Kuhl, Thorn
72
2
"La," 1933-94, n.d.
  • Laffer, Arthur B.
  • Laffoon, Polk, IV
  • Lahey, Donald C.
  • Laltman, Larry
  • LaMacchia, John T.
  • Landy, Dr. Edwin F. [Dock]
  • Larsen, Ches B.
  • Laushey, Lou
  • Layton, E. Thomas [Tom]
  • Layton, Linda
  • Layton, Linda and Jenny
  • Layton, Phyllis
  • Lazarus, Fred, III
  • Lazarus, Irma
72
3
Langsam, Walter, 1963-78, n.d.
72
4
Laskaris, 1959-80
72
5
"Le-Ly," 1951-2007, n.d.
  • LeBlanc, Miss N.
  • Lemard, Jim
  • Lemlich, Bob
  • Lengyel, J. M.
  • Leo, Patsy
  • Leonardi, Alfredo
  • Leonhardt, William S.
  • Leslie, R. A., M.D. [Roland]
  • Lewis, Charley
  • Levine, Diana
  • Licht, William [Bill]
  • Lichtin, Bev and Lem
  • Liggett, Wm. N. [Bill]
  • Limbach, Pat
  • Lindberg, Charles D.
  • Lindner, Carl H., Jr.
  • Lollar, John H.
  • Longmeyer, Thelma
  • Loynd, William [Bill]
  • Lubbock, Peter
  • Luckett, Forrest M. [Bud]
  • Lundstrom, R. Jon
  • Luria, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bernard [Hermione]
  • Lyons, Edward [Ed]
  • Lyton, Mark O.
72
6
Loynd, H. J. [Harry], 1949-78
72
7
Lytle, Dr. James D., D.D.S., 1974-97, n.d.
72
8
"Ma," 1949-2002, n.d.
  • Macht, Carol [Mrs. Martin B.]
  • Maddock, J. Kenneth [Ken]
  • Manchester, P. W. [Bill]
  • Mann, David S.
  • Manning, John
  • Marple, Mr. M. M.
  • Marten[?], Dott[ie?]
  • Marusi, A. R. [Gus]
  • Maruska, Edward J.
  • Matejka, Dr. Gerhard
  • Mathile, Timothy Lee
  • Mayberry, William A. [Bill]
  • Maynard, Thane and Kath
72
9
Malfitano, 1992-2000
72
10
Mayfield, Frank, 1979-85
72
11
"Mc-Mer," 1949-82, n.d.
  • McAleenan, Mr. and Mrs. Gary [Sue]
  • McAleenan, George M.
  • McCallum, Mr. M. C.
  • McClure, Connie
  • McCormick, W. E.
  • McDowell, Edwin M.
  • McElvenny, Ralph T.
  • McGregor, Greg, Heather, Laurie, Amy
  • McGregor, Kenneth D. [Ken]
  • McGregor, Kenneth and Marian
  • McKendree, Charles G., M.D.
  • McKinney, Betsy
  • McLain, David
  • McNeil, Henry S.
  • McNeil, Nancy and Bob
  • Mechem, Charles, Jr.
  • Mecklenborg, Robert B.
  • Meier, William G.
  • Menke, John R.
  • Merrell, Mr. C. W. [Cy]
  • Merriman, Gaylon M.
72
12
"Mes-Mi," 1951-90, n.d.
  • Mesritz, Jean F. [Bim]
  • Mesritz, Bim, Peggy, “Bambino,” Nick
  • Meunier, John
  • Meyers, Lucille and Phil
  • Michenor, Bob
  • Middel, F. C. [Postmaster]
  • Mihaly, Eugene
  • Miles, Claude
  • Milheim, R. Keith
  • Miller, Lloyd I.
  • Miller, Samuel J.
  • Miller, Zane
  • Mitchell, Bill
  • Mixter, James M. E.
72
13
"Mo-Mt.," 1949-83, n.d.
  • Montgomery, D. J. [Don]
  • Montonna, Dr. Ralph E.
  • Montopoli, Jerome P. [Jerry]
  • Moody, Mr. R. C.
  • Moore, Dr. James A.
  • Moore, Maurice L.
  • Morison, Elting E.
  • Morris, Doug
  • Mosher, Dr. William A.
  • Mt. Adams School for Performing and Creative Arts
72
14
Montgomery, D. J., 1988-92, n.d.
72
15
"Mu," 1951-95, n.d.
  • Mueller, Barbara Bachman
  • Muer, Chuck
  • Muething, John L.
  • Mulligan, R. W., S.J.
  • Mundy, William Lowe, M.D. [Bill]
  • Munson, Thomas L.
  • Murphy, Walter J.
  • Murray, J. H.
  • Murray, Sylvester [Sy]
  • Myers, Lou
  • Myers, Paul D.
72
16
"N," 1948-96, n.d.
  • N., Dr. [?]/TDH.
  • Nason, Dr. Howard K.
  • Nazzaro, Joseph
  • Nelson, Jay, Phyllis, and Christopher
  • Nelson, Mrs. Jay Edwin [Phyllis]
  • Neptun, R. P. [Rudy]
  • Newberry, “Doc” [?]
  • Newell, Valerie
  • Niehoff, Patti and Buck
  • Nippert, Louis
  • Noe, Mrs. Thomas [Carol]
  • Norcia, William [Bill]
  • Norcia, Bill and Magda
  • Norris, Paul E.
  • Norstad, Lauris
  • Norwood, Dot
  • Novelli, Dr. Armando
  • Nowlin, Eric G.
  • Nowlin, Janet
  • Nowotny, Dr. Richard
  • Nubla, Francisco San Miguel
  • Nunn, Mrs. Morrell A. [Babs and Morrell]
72
17
Nyce, Fletcher E., 1975-97
73
1
"O," 1943-2004, n.d.
  • O’Connor, James
  • O’Flaherty, Fred
  • O’Malley, Michael J.
  • O’Neill
  • Oberschmidt, Erv
  • Oesper, Dr. Ralph E.
  • Olson, K. R. [Ken]
  • Opera Guild [Mel and Joyce]
  • Orchin, Milton
  • Orr, George W., Jr.
  • Osterbrock, Carl
  • Ottke, Bob
  • Ottke, Bob and Jane
  • Oudy and Jeanne [ no last name?]
  • Oyaas, Janet
73
2
"P.-Pa," 1948-78, n.d.
  • P., Elliott
  • Paladini, Allesandro
  • Parke-Davis
  • Parker, A. Dale
  • Parker, Joe
  • Patten, Mrs. Joseph Fielding [Pat]
  • Patterson, Reid E.
  • Paulus, Dr. Peter V.
73
3
Papadakis, Constantine N., 1986
73
4
Papadakis, Constantine N., 1986-91
73
5
Papadakis, Constantine N., 1993-95
73
6
Papadakis, Constantine N., 1996-98
73
7
Papadakis, Constantine N., 2006, n.d.
73
8
Papadakis, Constantine N., UC Science and Research Building Project, ca 1990s [see also UC – Alumni and UC – VP for Special Projects]
73
9
Pauling, Linus, 1980-99, n.d.
73
10
"Pe-Po," 1941-2001, n.d.
  • Pelton, Linda, Leah, Jeff and Jessica
  • Pepper, John E.
  • Perry, W. W.
  • Petrie, Bruce I.
  • Pettengill, Kroger
  • Philbrook, Ed
  • Pichler, Joseph H. [Joe]
  • Pingel, John S.
  • Pinger, Daniel C. [Dan]
  • Pitt, Larry
  • Poetke, Frances Jones
  • Pogue, Henry E.
  • Pollard, D. W., M.D.
  • Powers, John J., Jr.
73
11
Peck, Judge John W., 1987-93
74
1
"Ra-Re," 1949-89, n.d.
  • Ralston, George F., Jr.
  • Ray, F. E. [Frank]
  • Reed, Larson
  • Reich, Jon
  • Reilly, Betty
  • Reilly, Peter C.
  • Renz, Dr. Jany
  • Restaurant de la Tour d’Argent
  • Restemeyer, Mrs. William, Jr.
  • Reynolds,  W. B.
74
2
Ransohoff, Daniel J., 1963-94, n.d.
74
3
Ray, Esther, 1960-91
74
4
"Ri-Rieveschl," 1937-64, n.d.
  • Rickamn, Geraldine [Gerri]
  • Rieveschl, Alma [mother]
  • Rieveschl, Betty [Clara] [see also Buesser, Bettina]
74
5
"Rieveschl," 1960-91, n.d.
  • Rieveschl, Gary
  • Rieveschl, George, Jr. [includes correspondence by GR as well as condolence letters and ideas for sympathy cards]
  • Rieveschl, Jan
74
6
Rieveschl, George, Sr., 1950-63 [Father and Nell]
74
7
Rieveschl, George, Sr., 1964-73, n.d. [Father and Nell]
74
8
"Rieveschl – Riley," 1959-84, n.d.
  • Rieveschl, Nell
  • Riley, Nancy
74
9
"Ro-Ru," 1932-96, n.d.
  • Robbins, Nadine
  • Roberts, Ronald R. [Ron]
  • Roberts, Mr. W. J.
  • Robertson, Kenneth H.
  • Roblin, Dr. Richard O. [Dick]
  • Rodenmeyer, J. A.
  • Roehm, Luther S.
  • Rogers [?],  Millard
  • Rolf, Donald H.
  • Roll, Mr. T. J.
  • Rosenkranz, Edith and George
  • Roskopf, W. J.
  • Rothmeyer, Carl J.
  • Rotunda, The
  • Roussel
  • Rowat, Mrs. Edward A.
  • Rowe, William S.
  • Roybourne, R. N.
  • Rue, John S.
  • Ruehlmann, Eugene P. [Gene]
  • Rush, [Annhy?]
74
10
Ruthven, John A., 1987-2003, n.d.
74
11
"Sa-Sc," 1951-97, n.d.
  • Samuel, Gerhard
  • Sandstrom, Frank
  • Sapp, Allen Dwight
  • Saum, Burnell
  • Saurmann, F. R.
  • Scarlett, Albion, Chip and Jack
  • Scarpino, Pat
  • Schaeffer, John F. [see also Betty Rieveschl and Bettina Buesser]
  • Schaich, Dr. Karl
  • Schell, Charlotte
  • Schenck, Ben H.
  • Schiff, John J.
  • Schley, Frank
  • Schloss, Milton J.
  • Schloss, Stuart A., Jr.
  • Schmidt, Mark
  • Schneider, Richard B.
  • Scholnick, Diane
  • Scholnick, Mr. [Marty?]
  • Schumacher, Roy
  • Schornak, Daniel
  • Schroeder, Mr. O. R.
  • Schwarberg, Bill
  • Schwayder, Reva
  • Scripps, Charlie
74
12
Saenger, Eugene L., M.D., 1979-2003, n.d.
75
1
Schell, Charlotte, 1964-88, n.d.
75
2
Schiff, James A., n.d.
75
3
Schiff, John J., 1987-94
75
4
Schiff, John J., 1995-98, n.d.
75
5
Schubert, Bill, 1987, n.d.
75
6
"Se-Sh," 1949-90, n.d.
  • Sears, C. A.
  • Sebold, Frank M. Jr.
  • Sedan, Carl G.
  • Seegers, Walter H., Ph.D., M.D.h.c.
  • Segre, Dott. Attilio I.
  • Semple, Lloyd A.
  • Seymour, Raymond B.
  • Shafer, Raymond
  • Shell, West, Jr.
  • Shelton, Dr. Robert S. [Bob]
  • Shenouda, Latif
  • Sheppard, H. A.
  • Sheppard, Martha Thomas
  • Sheppard, Walter
  • Sheridan, Diana and Ralph
  • Shilling, A. Gary
  • Shwayder, Warren M.
75
7
Shriver, Phillip R. [Phil], 1979-2000
75
8
"Si-Sk," 1954-90, n.d.
  • Siermann, Donald C.
  • Silver, Andrew
  • Simone, Albert J. [Al]
  • Sittenfeld, Paul George
  • Skipper, Howard
75
9
"Sm," 1949-78, n.d.
  • Small, Anne
  • Small, John E. [Jed]
  • Smith, Austin, M.D.
  • Smith, C. D.
  • Smith, C. E., Jr. [Ed]
  • Smith, Donald P.
  • Smith, Elwin E.
  • Smith, G. W. [George]
  • Smith, Gerald L. [Jerry]
  • Smith, Leslie
  • Smith, Michael P.
  • Smith, Perrin G.
  • Smith, Helen L.
  • Smith, Thomas G. [Dad and Mom]
75
10
Smith, George D, 1965-96
75
11
"So-Sp," 1944-93, n.d.
  • Sorzano, Julio F.
  • Spadea, Joseph R.
  • Spalding, Dr. David P.
  • Specks, Granvil I.
  • Speed, A. W.
  • Spell, Glenna M.
  • Spencer, Steven M.
  • Sperti, George S.
  • Spiers, Dr. C. W. Francis
  • Spring, Ray
  • Springer, Jerry
75
12
Spiegel, Judge Arthur, 1989-2001, n.d.
75
13
"St," 1949-2001, n.d.
  • St. John, C. F., M.D. [Clemant]
  • St. Paul’s School
  • Stack, James H. [Jim]
  • Stanton, Fred
  • Stark, H. O.
  • Stecker, Herbert C. [Herb]
  • Steger, Joseph A. [Joe]
  • Stern, Joseph S., Jr. [Joe]
  • Sterne, Bobbie
  • Stevens, Lenore R.
  • Stevenson, Mr. R. M. [Ralph]
  • Stinnett, J. Clay
  • Stodghill, William L.
  • Stolberg, David
  • Stolley, Alexander
  • Stone, Donald J.
  • Stone, Libby
  • Sto[ner?], Lloyd
  • Storke, Charles A.
  • Stout, Gardner D.
  • Strader, John J. [Jack]
  • Strauss, Peter J.
  • Strayhorne, Pauline [Major Federal]
  • Strike, George L.
  • Strubbe, John L. [Jack]
75
14
Stewart, John, 1978-80, n.d.
75
15
Stockton, Sr. Mary Rose, 1947-69
75
16
Stockton, Sr. Mary Rose, 1970-79
75
17
Stockton, Sr. Mary Rose, 1980-93
76
1
Strubbe, Jack, 1986-97, n.d.
76
2
"Su-Sz," 1949-97, n.d.
  • Suskind, Ray
  • Suter, Dr. C. M.
  • Swackhamer, Mr. F. S.
  • Swanson, D. H. [Dan]
  • Swanson, Everett C., Sr.
  • Sweet, Mrs. Euvon M.
  • Sweeten, [Gary?]
  • Swigert, J. Mack
  • Szarz, Dr. Thomas
76
3
Surber, Nell, 1980-93
76
4
"Ta-Te," 1949-89, n.d.
  • Tabakoff, W.
  • Taft, Robert, Jr. [Bob]
  • Tajo, Italo
  • Tarbell, Jim
  • Tartoué, Mrs. Pierre [Cassie Eugenia]
  • Tasker, Mr. G. C.
  • Tennie, H. Ursula [for Mr. Forhlich]
  • Tepe, Frank
  • Terry, Rex A.
76
5
Tew, John, 1983-2002, n.d.
76
6
"Th-Tu," 1951-96, n.d.
  • Thayer, Elinor and Harold
  • Theatre Guild. American Theatre Society
  • Thomas, Bill
  • Thomas, Charles Allen
  • Thomas, Charles L., Jr.
  • Thompson, Barnard
  • Thompson, Jay C.
  • Thomson, Bill
  • Tomain, Joseph P.
  • Tompkins, Jack
  • Tour, R. S.
  • Treusein, Klaus P. [Queen City Club]
  • Trigg, Paul R., III
  • Trotter, J. T.
  • Troup, Stanley, M.D. [Stan]
  • Tuchfarber, Al
76
7
Thomas Y. Crowell Co. [also Arenson, Saul D.], 1943-44
76
8
Thomas Y. Crowell Co. [also Arenson, Saul D.], 1945-47, n.d.
76
9
Trigg, Paul R., Jr., 1970-92
76
10
Trigg, Paul R., Jr., 1993
76
11
Trigg, Paul R., Jr., 1994
76
12
Trigg, Paul R., Jr., 1995-96
76
13
Trigg, Paul R., Jr., 1997-2003, n.d.
76
14
"U," 1949-79, n.d.
  • Ullyot, Dr. Glenn E.
  • Ulrich, Hans and Claire
  • University of Cincinnati
76
15
"V," 1949-85, n.d.
  • Van Campen, M. G. [Van]
  • Van Wye, Carol
  • Van Wye, R. A.
  • Vaudin, Marcel
  • Vaughan, Charles W.
  • Vaughn, Thomas H.
  • Vazquez, Dr. Jesus
  • Viaud, Pierre
  • Visconti, Edoardo
  • Vita, G. (Istituto Carlo Erba)
  • Vitger, Erhard
  • Von O’Toole, Herkimer
  • Von Stade, Frederick H.
  • Vonder Heide, E. C., M.D.
  • Vontz, Al, Jr.
77
1
"Wa-Wer," 1951-98, n.d.
  • Waddell, Oliver W.
  • Wade, Bob
  • Walker, Graydon L.
  • Waller, Richard
  • Warm, Paula
  • Warner, Dick
  • Warner, Marvin L.
  • Warren, Rev. Matthew M.
  • Watts, Carolyn
  • Wayne State University
  • Webber, James B., Jr. [Jim]
  • Wege, Peter
  • Weigel, Janis
  • Weinberger, Adolph
  • Weisblat, D. I. [Dave]
  • Weisburger, Dr. Elizabeth K.
  • Wells, Clark
  • Werner, Robert J. [Bob]
77
2
Wandmacher, Cornelius, 1970-92
77
3
"Wes-Wh," 1944-89, n.d.
  • Wessels, Jim
  • Westheimer, Charles
  • Westheimer, Robert
  • Weston, Alice
  • Weston, Harris K.
  • Weston, Phyllis
  • [Wheelock?], Charlie
  • Wheelock, Charles E.
  • Wheeler, Dr. D. E.
  • Wheeler, L. M., Ph.D.
  • Wheeler, Larry M.
  • Wheeler, Maynard
  • Wheeler, Richard H.
  • White, [I. Stanley?]
  • Whitmore, Harry E.
77
4
"Wi," 1949-95
  • [Wi?], Wess
  • Wiant, Thoburn H.
  • Wick, Chad P.
  • Wiegand, Robert C.
  • Wieland, Arthur J.
  • Wieland, Mrs. A. J. [Zella]
  • Wilkinson, Herbert S. [Herb]
  • Williams, A. L. W.
  • Williams, Jack T.
  • Williams, John P., Jr.
  • Williams, Joseph D.
  • Williams, Lewis D. [Lew]
  • Wilson, Elsie D.
  • Wilson, Kim
  • Windfelder, A. J. [Bud]
  • Winheim, A. H. [Ade]
  • Winkler, Henry R.
  • Witten, Louis [Lou]
  • Wittenborn and Company
77
5
Windisch, Cathy [Riley, Cathy, and Armstrong, Cathi], 1959-98, n.d.
77
6
Windisch, Edith [Strong, Edith], 1947-77
77
7
Windisch, Edith [Strong, Edith], 1982-2007
77
8
Windisch, Edith [Strong, Edith], n.d.
77
9
Windisch, John D., 1967-95, n.d.
77
10
Windisch, Lou, 1932-55, n.d.
77
11
"Wo," 1955-82, n.d.
  • Wolf, Dr. Rudolph [R.]
  • Wolfley, Alan [A.]
  • Wolters, Richard [Dick]
  • Wright, Richard A., M.D.
  • Wulsin, Dr. John H.
  • Wyler, Ellen H. [Provident Travel Services]
  • Wyman, Philip [Phil]
77
12
"X-Y," 1951-72
  • Xavier University
  • Yagüe, Luis Gil
  • Yale, Richard M. [Dick]
  • Yeager, B. John
  • Young, Scott
  • Yzenbaard, Caryl A.
77
13
Yamasaki, Minoru, 1953-78
77
14
Yamasaki, Minoru, 1979-2003, n.d.
78
1
"Z," 1969-2007
  • Zimmer, William H. [Bill]
  • Zimpher, Nancy L. [See also University of Cincinnati materials in Philanthropy]
  • Zumberge, James H.
78
2
Zimmer, Hans, 1960-65
78
3
Zimmer, Hans, 1966
78
4
Zimmer, Hans, 1968-77
78
5
Zimmer, Hans, 1980-2001
78
6
Zimmer, Hans, 2001-3
78
7
Zimmer, Hans, n.d.
The following are correspondents with known first name only and
are arranged alphabetically by first name.
78
8
"A-B," [no last name], 1964-2003, n.d.
  • [?], A.
  • [?], Anidor
  • [?], Art
  • [?], Art
  • [?], Arnold, Ginny, Lacey, Debbie, Florence
  • [?], [B?]
  • [?], B, J, & D
  • [?], B.P.H.G.
  • [?], Bea [and John]
  • [?], Betty and Dick
  • [?], Bill
  • [?], Blair
  • [?], Bob [and Isabelle]
  • [?], Bob
  • [?], Bob and Beth
78
9
"C," [no last name], 1949-63, n.d.
  • [?], Carl
  • [?], Charles
  • [?], CM
  • [?], Cora [mother of Joan Cochran Rieveschl]
  • [?], Cora and Dixie
78
10
"D," [no last name], 1951-72, n.d.
  • [?], D. B., C. P.
  • [?], Dar[vis?]
  • [?], Dean and Jean
  • [?], [Deb?]
  • [?], Denise
  • [?], Denise and Paul
  • [?], [Denny?]
  • [?], Don, Linda
  • [?], Don, Linda, David, and Amanda
  • [?], Dorothy
  • [?], Dorothy and [Russ?]
78
11
"E-F," [no last name], 1955-71, n.d.
  • [?], E[Z?]
  • [?], ED
  • [?], Ed
  • [?], Edith
  • [?], Edith
  • [?], Ellen and Meg
  • [?], Elwood
  • [?], Fiona and Bob
  • [?], Florine
  • [?], Frank
  • [?], Fred
78
12
"G," [no last name], 1956-72, n.d.
  • [?], G[???]
  • [?], George
  • [?], George, [Joan?], and Ursula
  • [?], Graer
  • [?], Grey
78
13
"H," [no last name], 1956-72, n.d.
  • [?], H
  • [?], Hank and Eadie
  • [?], Harry
  • [?], Helen and Bob
  • [?], HUB [Hans Bodenmann?]
  • [?],Hugh and Mary
78
14
"J," [no last name], 1955-2005, n.d.
  • [?], J & A
  • [?], J[A?]B
  • [?], Janice and Norman
  • [?], Jerry, Karen, JC, and Joy
  • [?], Jessica, Jason, and Ethan
  • [?], J[Go?]
  • [?], Jim, Dana, and Krista
  • [?], Joe and Pam
  • [?], Joe and Virginia
  • [?], John
  • [?], John and Stella
  • [?], Johnnie and Ray
  • [?], Judith and Kathy
  • [?], Judy and Lyle
78
15
"K-L," [no last name], 1947-71, n.d.
  • [?], Kay and Jack
  • [?], Lo[loorse?] [from Italy]
  • [?], Leon
  • [?], Linda and Peter
  • [?], Lloyd
  • [?], [Lou?] or [Don?]
79
1
"M-R," [no last name], 1953-65, n.d.
  • [?], “Mac”
  • [?], Melissa
  • [?], M[inda?]
  • [?], Nelli and Bob
  • [?], Paula and Ralph
  • [?], Pete
  • [?], President Smil[t?]y
  • [?], Ralph
  • [?], Rosalind and Wendy
  • [?], Rosemary
  • [?], Rudi
  • [?], Rudolf and Fye
  • [?], Ruth
79
2
"S," [no last name], 1953-89, n.d.
  • [?], S & S
  • [?], Sandy
  • [?], Sandy and George
  • [?], S[aul?]
  • [?], Shirley and Sandy
  • [?], Susan
  • [?], Sylvia and Julien
79
3
"T-Y," [no last name] 1955-97, n.d.
  • [?], Ted
  • [?], Ted and Ginny
  • [?], Tom
  • [?], Tom
  • [?], Violet
  • [?], Walt
  • [?], Wesley
  • [?], Yolanda
79
4
No name, 1970, n.d.
  • “Guess Who”
  • “Guess Who? (in Michigan!!!!)”
  • “Hula Hula”
  • “Your Buddies at 284”
79
5
Blank, n.d.
79
6
Envelopes and stamps, 1961-63, n.d.

Subseries 6: Drawings and Doodles

79
7
1954-70
79
8
1946, n.d.
79
9
n.d.
79
10
n.d.
79
11
n.d.
79
12
n.d.
79
13
n.d.
79
14
n.d.
79
15
n.d.
79
16
n.d.

Subseries 7: Ephemera, Hobbies, and Photographs (see also Oversized series)

79
17
Ephemera, Golf Memorabilia, ca. 1980s
79
18
Ephemera, Golf Memorabilia, 1994, 1996, n.d.
79
19
Ephemera, Golf Memorabilia, bag tags, 1987, 1993[?], n.d.
80
1
Ephemera, Menus and Dinner programs, 1947-65
80
2
Ephemera, Menus and Dinner programs, 1966-2006, n.d.
80
3
Ephemera, Postcards, n.d.
80
4
Ephemera, Theater and Concert Memorabilia, 1947-95, n.d.
80
5
Ephemera, Travel materials, "River Place Inn," 1990
80
6
Ephemera, Wine memorabilia, n.d.
80
7
Ephemera, Miscellaneous, 1939, n.d.

Subseries 8: Notes

80
8
"Bennis Seminar," 1972
80
9
"Biochemistry," 1977
80
10
"Contemporary Arts," n.d.
80
11
Miscellaneous, 1971-77, n.d.
80
12
Miscellaneous, [ca. 1970], n.d.

Subseries 9: Research Interests

80
13
  • "Advice to a New Chairman," 1979
  • Art History, n.d. – photographs and photograph index moved to Photographs
80
14
Scientific Reprints and Articles, alpha by article title, "A-H," 1945-77
  • "1-Alkyl 2-Dialkylaminoalkyl 3 Aminophthalates as Local Anesthetics"
  • "The Ames Test: Pass-Fail for Chemicals"
  • "Brownstein’s Closet"
  • "The Chemistry of Phosgene"
  • "Computer-Assisted Design of Complex Organic Syntheses"
  • "Dynapol’s Colors Bless Ties That Bind"
  • "Hidantoinas.-1"
  • "Hydrogenation of Organic Compounds Using Homogeneous Catalysts"
80
15
Scientific Reprints and Articles, alpha by article title, "I-Z," 1940-73
  • "Kinetics and Equilibrium constants of the Gluconic Acid-Gluconolactone System"
  • "Liquid Ammonia Research – 1941"
  • "Local Anesthetics Derived from Tetrahydronaphthlanese. I. Esters of 2-Dialkylamino-3-hydroxy – 1, 2, 3, 4 - tetrahydrohonaphthalenes"
  • “Local Anesthetics Derived from Tetrahydronaphthlanese. II. Esters of 1-Dialkylamino-2-hydroxy – 1, 2, 3, 4 - tetrahydrohonaphthalenes”
  • "Marihuana"
  • "A New Modification of the Ullmann Synthesis of Fluorene Derivatives"
  • "Selective Reduction of a Dicarboxylic Acid" [clipped together with "The Nuclear Reduction of 3-Substituted Pyridines with Sodium Borohydride"]
  • "Some Alkamine Esters of 4-Acetylferulic and 3, 4-Dimethoxycinnamic Acids"
  • "Some Dialkylaminoalkyl furoates and Benzoates as Topical Anesthetics"
  • "Soy Bean Plastic"
  • "'Thermotropic Liquid Crystals': Part II Current Uses and Future Ones"
80
16
Scientific Topics, 1947-78, n.d.
Series I: Oversize/3-Dimenstional Items
Click to view the Digital Photo Collection Exhibit
(these exist outside of the physical photo collection)

Subseries 1: Medicine Bottles/ UC/PD Benadryl and other medications

Box
File
Description
81
1
Empty clear glass bottle with cork: Elixir Benadryl hydrochloride 10mg., Parke, Davis & Co.
81
2
Glass bottle: DIL acid sulfuric H2SO4 clear
81
3
Box and 3 capsules1: Benadryl trial size
81
4
Box with glass bottle filled, 100 capsules and instruction insert: Benadryl Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. , K
81
5
Box and 50 capsules: Benadryl Difenhidramina HCI 50 Mg. (Spanish), Parke-Davis
81
6
Cardboard and paper tube with glass dropper: smallpox vaccine, Mulford Biological laboratories
81
7
Pack of 10 Benadryl softgels (no box), Pfizer Limited.
81
8
Glass jar, powder content: Diphacin, Nease Chemical Company, Inc.
81
9
Glass jar with content [crystallized?]: Quinuclidine, Performance Polymers, Incorporated.
81
10
Box with contents (unopened): White Poplar, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
11
Blue plastic bottle with tablets: Mucoplex, 100 tablets, The Stuart Company
81
12
Box with soap bar: Neko Germicidal Soap, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
13
Box with soap bar: Neko Germicidal Soap, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
14
Box with glass bottle and applicator: Mylicon Drops, 30 cc., The Stuart Company
81
15
Box with glass bottle and applicator: Phemerol Topical, 1 fl. Ounce, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
16
Glass Bottle with tablets: Thiamine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co.
81
17
Glass Bottle with capsules: S.C.T. no. 860 Benadryl Hydrochloride with Hyoscine Hydrobromide, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
18
Tin? Bottle with tablets:  Redoxon, 1 g. Hoffmann- La Roche AG
81
19
Plastic bottle, 100 capsules: Ponstan, 250 mg. Parke-Davis, K
81
20
Metal Aerosol can: Aerosol Caladryl, 6 fl. Ounces, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
21
Glass bottle with liquid: Povan Suspension, 2 fl. Ounces, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
22
Plastic bottle with liquid: Sunscreen lotion with.1% Suntanol Lavender, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
23
Glass bottle, 100 capsules: Benadryl Hydrochloride, 50 mg. , Parke, Davis & Co. , K
81
24
Glass bottle, 100 capsules: Emplets Benadryl Hydrochloride, 50 mg., Parke, Davis & Co.
81
25
Glass bottle, 50 capsules: Benadryl Capsules, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Company
81
26
Glass bottle, 6 capsules: Ponstan, 250 mg. Parke-Davis., K
81
27
Glass bottle, 6 capsules: Ponstan, 250 mg. Parke-Davis., K
81
28
Glass bottle, capsules: Pluronic
81
29
Glass bottle, capsules: Benacine, Parke, Davis, & Co.
81
30
Glass bottle, capsules: Prodorm (HY-185), Parke, Davis, & Co.
81
31
Glass bottle, capsules: C.T. Compound A-524, 50 Mg. , PD &Co.
81
32
Glass bottle, capsules: A-524, 50 mg. C.T.’s, PD & Co.
81
33
Glass bottle, tablets: Serpasil, 25 tablets, .25 mg. each, Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc.
81
34
Glass bottle, crystal powder: Benadryl Picrate, PD & Co.
81
35
Glass bottle, capsules: Compound A-446, 100 Capsules, Parke, Davis & Co.
81
36
Glass bottle, powder: B-piperidylethyl Benzhydryl ether hydrochloride, University of Cincinnati Chemical Engineering
81
37
Glass bottle, capsules, no label
81
38
Glass bottle with tree branch?
81
39
Plastic case: Benylin Koffettes (OPENED AND LEAKING), Parke-Davis
81
40
Plastic case, 6 pill cases, no label
81
41
Plastic case, pill cases, no label
81
42
Glass bottle: Benadryl (Compound A524), 10 cc., Parke, Davis & Company
81
43
Glass bottle, mixture of capsules, no label
81
44
Pouch with two glass bottles: one small glass bottle, A-524 “First Capsules, February 1944, GR” / One glass bottle, A-524, b. dimethyl aminoethyl benzhdryl, university of Cincinnati chemical engineering
81
45
Box with 11 glass ampoules, compound A524, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
1
Plastic container with 4 glass bottles: 2 (1 cc each) bottles containing Adrenalin Chloride Solution and two containing Adrenalin in Oil
82
2
Tin jar with powder(purified granular): Ammonium Sulfate, 1 Ib. Mallinckrodt Chemical Works
82
3
Glass bottle, (100) capsules: Amphedase, Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
4
Glass bottle, capsules: Atropine Sulphate capsules, The Fidelity Medical Supply Co.
82
5
Box with instructions and small glass bottle, 20 tablets: Bellergal retard, Sandoz AG Basel/Schweiz
82
6
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
7
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle with (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
8
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
9
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
10
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle,h (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
11
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
12
Box with instruction booklet and glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
13
Large Box, 12 bottles (100 capsules in each bottle): Benadryl Hydrochloride- Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride, 50 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
14
Box with pink label “Economy Size Benadryl: Complete Allergy Medication” – contains no tablets
82
15
Glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hyrdochloride with Hyoscine Hydrobromide, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
16
Glass bottle, (100) tablets: Benadryl Hyrdochloride with Hyoscine Hydrobromide, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
17
Glass bottle, minimal powdery substance: Benemid
82
18
Glass Bottle, (100) tablets: Buscopan, 10 Mg. Parke, Davis & Co.
82
19
Glass bottle, (100) tablets: Buscopan, 10 mg., Parke, Davis & Co.
82
20
Glass bottle, (30) tablets: Buscopan, 10 mg. Parke, Davis & Co.
82
21
Glass bottle, (100) tablet triturates: Caffeine Citrated 1 grain, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
22
Empty glass bottle with stopper: Calcium Hydroxide
82
23
Box (similar looking to matchbox) with (3) tablets: Camoquin Hydrochloride, .2 gram, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
24
Box (similar looking to matchbox) with (3) tablets: Camoquin Hydrochloride, .2 gram,
82
25
Parke, Davis & Co.
82
26
Box (similar looking to matchbox) with (3) tablets: Camoquin Hydrochloride, .2 gram, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
27
Box (similar looking to matchbox) with (3) tablets: Camoquin Hydrochloride, .2 gram, Parke, Davis & Co.  MARKED "MALARIA"
82
28
Glass bottle, (500) capsules: Chloretone, 5 grains, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
29
Glass bottle, capsules: Chloromycetin, Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
30
Box with instruction, unopened dropper, and glass bottle containing liquid: Chloromycetin (Chloramphenicol) Ophthalmic, 25 mg. Parke, Davis & Co.
82
31
Glass bottle, capsules: CI-422-H “fecal softener”, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
32
Glass bottle, tablets: CI-499, 10 mg., Parke, Davis & Co.
82
33
Glass bottle, granules: Colchicine, .5 mg., Abbott Laboratories
82
34
Glass bottle, tablets: Coumadin, 5 mg., Endo Laboratories, Inc.
82
35
Glass bottle, tablets: Coumadin, 2 1/2 mg., Endo Laboratories, Inc.
82
36
Glass bottle, tablets: Coumadin, 2 1/2 mg., Endo Laboratories, Inc.
82
37
Glass bottle, capsules: Desicol, Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
38
Glass bottle, capsules: Eldec. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
39
Box with cleansing bar: Emulave, Aveeno Dermatologicals
82
40
Glass Bottle with capsules: Ephedrine Sulfate, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
41
Unopened box with bottle inside with tablets: Felamine, Sandoz Chemical Works, Inc.
82
42
Box with bottle containing liquid: Fenjal, Dunbar Laboratories, New Jersey 2
82
43
Glass bottle, capsules: Humatin Sulfate, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
44
Glass bottle, capsules: Humatin Paromomycin 250 mg, Parke, Davis & Co.
82
45
Box, instruction booklet and bottle, (16) capsules: Humatin (Paromomycin Sulfate), 250 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
46
Box, instruction booklet and bottle, (16) capsules: Humatin (Paromomycin Sulfate), 250 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
47
Box with glass bottle, (16) capsules: Humatin Paromycin (as the sulfate), 250 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
48
Unopened box with capsules: Humatin Paromycin (as the sulfate), 250 mg. Parke, Davis & Co. K
82
49
Plastic bag with Jet-Bandage-Splint
82
50
Glass bottle stopper
82
51
Clear plastic container with plastic capsules

Subseries 2: Personal Finances

83
1
Spain Project: Blueprints and Drawings

Subseries 3: Awards/Certificates/Plaques/Diplomas

84
1
Box with medal: 150th Anniversary Year Medal in Appreciation for Campaign Leadership, University of Cincinnati
84
2
Plaque: Century Club in Deep Appreciation for Friendship and Generous Support of Service to Young People through the YMCA, 1988
84
3
Plaque: College of Engineering, Distinguished Service Award, April 19, 1985
84
4
Plaque: Alumni Association Award for Distinguished Service to the University of Cincinnati, May 2, 1969
84
5
Paperweight, brass(?)/gold color, star-shape, “BIO/START Phase II Sponsor, 1999”
85
1
Founding Member- Cincinnati Zoo Animal Conservation Fund Koala Kaper Award
85
2
Great Living Cincinnatian Award presented by the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce
85
3
Medallion with wooden stand- University of Cincinnati "in appreciation of your loyalty and support"
85
4
Medallion with wooden stand- "The William Howard Taft Medal for Notable Achievement," the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association
86
1
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, Pioneer of Progress Award, undated
87
1
Outside of Box: VHS, Engineering and Science Hall of Fame Presentation
87
2
Certificate: State Department of Education Certificate for receiving 16th place –Boys, in the Miami District, General Scholarship Test for High School Seniors, March 25th, 1933
87
3
Certificate: State Department of Education Certificate , received Honorable Mention in the State of Ohio General Scholarship Test for High School Seniors, March 25th, 1933
87
4
Certificate: State Department of Education Certificate received Third Place in Hamilton County, General Scholarship Test for High School Seniors, March 25th, 1933
87
5
Certificate:  certificate certifying initiation into the University of Cincinnati Chapter of the Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity, October 1934
87
6
Certificate: Certificate of Recognition , Sigma Xi, University of Cincinnati Chapter, undated
87
7
Award: University of Cincinnati Award for Excellence, June 5th, 1982
87
8
Award/Diploma: University of Cincinnati, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science, June 8th, 1956
87
9
Certificate: University of Cincinnati, Sesquicentennial Fund Program, Certificate of Appointment, June 3, 1968
87
10
Award: University of Cincinnati Alumni Association, Award for Distinguished Service, May 2nd, 1969
87
11
Award/Diploma: Wayne University, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science, June 14, 1956
87
12
Award: Wayne University, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science, June 14, 1956
87
13
Award: Ohio Mechanics Institute, Ohio College of Applied Science, annual John T. Faig Alumni Award, June 6, 1963
87
14
Inauguration of the President and Honors Convocation Program, Ohio Mechanics Institute, Ohio College of Applied Science, June 6, 1963
87
15
Certificate: Outstanding Michigan Inventor Honor, Michigan Patent Law Association, May 28, 1963
87
16
Program: dedication of The George Rieveschl, Jr. Chair of Archaeology at the Geier Collection and Research Center, Thursday, April 3, 2003
87
17
Certificate: certificate in recognition of membership in the second session of the Program for Senior Executives in the School of Industrial Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December 6, 1956
87
18
Poster: The Third Annual Rieveschl Geo Lecture "El Niño: Causes, Consequences & Misconceptions" by Michael J. McPhaden, March 30th, 2007
87
19
Certificate: Society of the Sigma Xi, May 11th, 1940
87
20
Certificate: The Ohio Academy of Science, Life Member certification, November 18th, 1982
87
21
Certificate: The Nature Conservancy, Honorary Membership for Life, undated
87
22
Certificate: American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fifty Year Member, July 28th, 1989
87
23
Drawing/Card: Birthday Card, undated and no author
87
24
Certificate: American Chemical Society, Fifty Years of Membership, Jan. 1, 1987
87
25
Certificate: University of Cincinnati, Member of U.C. President’s Club, undated
87
26
Certificate: The New York Academy of Sciences, election as a Fellow, December 1st, 1955
87
27
Tribute: The Ohio National Life Insurance Company, tribute to service, Feb. 5, 1988
87
28
Certificate: Certificate of Appreciation, WGUC FM 90.9, January 18, 1984
87
29
Certificate/Card: University of Cincinnati, College of Arts and Sciences, Distinguished Alumni Award, 1989, signed by "Fedogan"
87
30
Photograph of board, undated, no title
87
31
Certificate: Grand Counseil du Vin de Bordeaux, Commander de Bordeaux, November 15th, 1976
88
1
Frame: Check for $1.00 from the University of Cincinnati, January 1, 1974
88
2
Plaque: University of Cincinnati Department of Chemical Engineering and the College of Engineering, Appreciation for Support in Funding the Position of Rieveschl Ohio Eminent Scholar of Membrane Technology, February 2, 2000
88
3
Frame: The Warren Bennis Award "Be it Ever so Humble," check for $1.06, May 6, 1977
89
1
Award Plaque: University of Cincinnati, Charles McMicken Society, Charter  Member, undated
89
2
Plaque: University of Cincinnati, IAMS, Blue Chip Fellow, "70"
89
3
Plaque: New York Academy of Science, June 12, 1997
89
4
Plaque: Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Resolution of Appreciation, May 15, 1989
89
5
Plaque: Bio/Start Board of Trustees, 1995-1997
90
1
University of Cincinnati, Centers of Excellence Campaign, UC Foundation, Appreciation for Leadership, 1980-1983
90
2
Diploma: University of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctor of Science, June 8, 1956
90
3
Diploma: University of Cincinnati, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Master of Science June 9, 1939
90
4
Diploma: University of Cincinnati, College of Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Arts with High Honors in Chemistry, June 11, 1937
90
5
Diploma: University of Cincinnati, Graduate School, Doctor of Philosophy, June 7, 1940
90
6
Diploma: Ohio Mechanics Institute, Department of Commercial Art, High School, Institute of Applied Arts, June 5, 1933
90
7
Poster: The Second Annual Rieveschl Geo Lecture, "The Arctic on the Fast Track of Change," by Mark C. Serreze, February 23, 2006
91
1
Edge of Appalachia Preserve glass paperweight
91
2
Parke-Davis Research "Continuous Service Award" bronze and silver-plated medal
91
3
Caster Fund marble paperweight with [bronze?] cast reproduction of Isotelus fossil
91
4
The Museum Center at Cincinnati Union Terminal November 1990 acrylic plaque
91
5
Carl H. Linder Hall Dedication and Awards Banquet acrylic paperweight
91
6
Life Member of the Ohio Academy of Science pin and explanation note
91
7
Ohio Academy of Science acrylic plaque with enclosed medallion
91
8
Forward Fund of College of Mount St. Joseph glass paperweight

Subseries 4: Ephemera/Hobbies/Photographs

92
1
Clippings, "College of Applied Science, 175 Years of Service: Applying Science to meet the Needs of Industry”, University of Cincinnati, October 24, 2003
92
2
Clippings, "The Reluctant Hero," The Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, July 18, 2009
92
3
Clippings, Rethinking Schools: An Urban Education Journal vol. 9, no. 1 Autumn 1994
92
4
Clippings, "Rediscovering Grandeur," Cincinnati Enquirer Sunday, January 10, 1993
92
5
Clippings, "Work of Art" Ne- Press Community Wednesday, January 13, 1993
92
6
Clippings, Resolution of Honor for winning the 1991 Cincinnati Public Relations Society Award
92
7
Clippings, "University of Cincinnati Sesquicentennial," Advertising section of the Cincinnati Post & Times-Star, Tuesday, April 15, 1969
92
8
Clippings, MC/B Scientific Chemical Reporter vol. 1, no. 1, Fall 1973
92
9
Clippings, "El Ruedo" Semanario Grafico de los Toros, December 11, 1958
92
10
Clippings, "Paul Brown 1908-1991," The Cincinnati Post, Tuesday, August 6, 1991
92
11
Clippings, Proclamation by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio honoring George Rieveschl, Jr. on the occasion of receiving the Great Living Cincinnatian Award, undated
92
12
Clippings, Drawings and doodles [9]
92
13
Clippings, Drawings and doodles  [17]
92
14
Clippings, "Have Faith and show it now,"  The Detroit News, Tuesday, June 6, 1944
92
15
Clippings, "Invasion On—Gen. Eisenhower We Win Beaches!" Detroit Times: D-Day Memorial Edition Tuesday, June 6, 1944
92
16
Clippings, "Start of Invasion," Detroit Times- Pictorial Review, June 6, 1944
92
17
Clippings, "The World Trade Center," The New York Times, February 28, 1971
92
18
Clippings, "Out in Birmingham, the Man Who Is Creating the World’s Tallest Building," The Detroit Free Press, April 2, 1967
92
19
Clippings, "The Royal Family," Subscriber Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park vol. 6., no. 6, May-June 1978
92
20
Clippings, "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, July 22, 2007
92
21
Photographs, Parke-Davis [5]
92
22
Photograph, "Sun Serpent at Ft. Ancient, Ohio," Alice Weston, 1984
93
1
Charcoal drawings
94
1
Memorabilia, Bio/Start: Bio/Medical Start-Up Center plaque
94
2
Memorabilia, Fortune Magazine acrylic plaque
94
3
Memorabilia, Universal circle metric converter [used as a pencil holder?]
94
4
Memorabilia, Acrylic box on [wood/laminate?] stand with word “Amdahl” and electronic part inside acrylic box
94
5
Memorabilia, Plastic tear-dropper labeled "Tears Natural Free"
94
6
Memorabilia, Tiny brown file envelope – "Key tag labels & Mounting strips"
  • Blank key – "Attitude"
  • 5 spot poker chip – "Palm Beach/Cannes"
94
7
Memorabilia, Cream with gold trim paper jewelers box – OMI  class ring (1933)
94
8
Memorabilia, Eagle tie pin/tack pin – in plastic box
94
9
Memorabilia, Plaster of Paris thumb
94
10
Memorabilia, Christian R. Holmes Hospital prescription box
  • "City of Hope" tack pin
  • Parke Davis name tag "G. Rieveschl, Jr. – Research"
  • Embossed "G" money clip or belt buckle
  • Mother of pearl and gold key ring or ???
  • Air France commemorative medallion – Parisien Special/Golden Parisian
94
11
Memorabilia, Small metal purse ca. 1900, engraved – M. Craven – contains small stick pin with unknown woman’s portrait on it (has small crocheted pouch)
94
12
Memorabilia, Parke Davis 20 Year Service Pin in plastic box
94
13
Memorabilia, Engraved lighter
94
14
Memorabilia, Black jewelers box – "ruby" and 10k gold man’s ring
94
15
Memorabilia, Yellow felt pouch – belt buckle or money clip – "Carlo Erba" centennial celebration – 1953
94
16
Memorabilia, Gold tooth cap and a "Be Prepared" award ribbon holder (Boy Scouts???) in clear plastic box
94
17
Memorabilia, Small cream color box – fraternity pins
  • ΑΧΣ – Alpha Chi Epsilon (1954)
  • ΦΒΚ – Phi Beta Kappa (1937)
  • ΦΗΣ – Phi Eta Epsilon (n.d.)
  • ΦΛΥ – Phi Lambda Upsilon (1939)
94
18
Memorabilia, Small square black cardboard box
  • Republican Party tack pin
  • Distinguished Service Award, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, Detroit Michigan (1950 - pendant)
  • Coat of Arms pendant – with astrological symbols
  • Parke-Davis 10 Year Service tack pin
  • Rotary International tack pin
  • American Chemical Society – Past Chairman, tack pin
  • American Chemical Society tack pin
  • Horse and carriage stick pin (silver)
  • OMI alumni tie pin
  • Epsilon pendant – Cincinnati (1938)
  • Teeth with gold caps
94
19
Memorabilia, Decorative Silver (?) box
  • Tantalum Metal flat metal disk
  • Commemorative medallion [2, aluminum], Detroit Bank 100th Anniversary (1949)
  • Commemorative medallion [aluminum], Wesley E. Seale Dam, Corpus Christi, TX (1958)
  • Label, "Benadryl Compound A524"
  • Empty capsules, red
95
Photographs (early life/UC)
96
Photographs (PD 1947-1965)
97
Photographs (PD c.1944-1965)
98
Photographs (PD c. 1944-1965)
99
Photographs (awards, portraits of GR, Dinners, Golf, and Hunting Trip)
100
Photographs (n.d. and no description. Events?)
101
Photographs  (Family and Friends 1959, 1979 and c. 1930s-2007)
102
Ephemera, Pipes
  • Pipes (14, various wood and lacquer models)
  • Box: Sanitized Pipe Wipes, Pipe Cleaning System
  • Maroon Plastic holder with 3 pipe cleaners: Ream-N-Klean, Straus Tobacconist
  • Cornhusk Pipe labeled “Lake Winnipesaukee, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire”
  • Pipe labeled “Caminetto Business”
  • Black box: Kleen Reem Pipe Tool by W.J. Young Co. includes instruction booklet, pipe cleaners, and metal cleaning tool
  • Black cardboard box with pipe and pipe bag inside: “La Torre Manifattura Artigiana pipe”
  • Black bag: powder tobacco residue inside
  • Silver box with 41 Medico Trade Mark [filters?]
  • Black plastic holder with 3 pipe cleaners and white plastic piece: Ream-N-Klean, Straus Tobacconist
103 Memorabilia, Pewter/Steel(?) sculpture, 11” high, designed to look like DNA double-helix, “University of Cincinnati, The Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, 1999”

Subseries 5: Research Interests

104 Photographs from Columbia University [83], General Studies- Fine Arts I - (research interests, art history)

Subseries 6: Academic Regalia

105 Academic Caps
106 Academic Robe
107 Academic Hoods
Unboxed Poster, Center for Study of Practices, University of Cincinnati, Hiring and Salary Survey, “Backstage at the Theatre of Work,” 1995-1996
Appendix: Discarded Materials List

Appendix: Discarded Reprints and Journal articles

Journals and additional information can be located by searching the Lloyd Library Catalog.
The call number for the Journal of the American Chemical Society [JACS] is QD1.A5.

Journal articles removed from folder "Chemistry of Phenanthrene"

  • Bachmann, W.E., Wayne Cole, and A.L. Wilds. "The Total Synthesis of the Sex Hormone Equilenin and its Stereoisomers." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 824- 839.
  • Bradsher, Charles K. "9-Methyl- and 10-Methyl-1,2-benzanthracene." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 1077-1078.
  •           . "A New Route to 9-Alkyl- and 9-Arylanthracenes." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 486-488.
  • Campbell, William P., Milton D. Soffer. "The Structure of Cadinene." JACS Vol. 64 (1942): 417- 425.
  •           , and Thomas R. Steadman. "Some Observations on the Oxidation and Determination of the Molecular Weight of Polynuclear Aromatic Compounds." JACS Vol. 64 (1942): 425- 428.
  • Morton, Avery A., John T. Massengale, and Graham M. Richardson. "Condensations by Sodium. XVII. Comments on the Formation of Triphenylene." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 126-129.

Journal articles removed from folder "Journal of the American Chemical Society Articles"

  • Adams, Roger and B.R. Baker. "Structure of Cannabinol. IV. Synthesis of Two Additional Isomers Containing a Resorcinol Residue." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2208- 2215.
  •           . “Structure of Cannabinol. V. A Second Method of Synthesis of Cannabinol." JACS  Vol. 62 (1940): 2401.
  •           , and R.B. Wearn. "Structure of Cannabinol. III. Synthesis of Cannabinol, 1-Hydroxy-3-n-amyl-6,6,9-trimethyl-6-dibenzopyran." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2204-2207.
  • Adams, Roger, C.K. Cain, and Hans Wolff. "Structure of Cannabidiol. II. Absorption Spectra Compared with those of Various Dihydric Phenols." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 732- 734.
  •           , C.K. Cain, and B.R. Baker. "Structure of Cannabinol. II. Synthesis of Two New Isomers, 3-Hydroxy-4-n-amyl-and 3-Hydroxy-2-n-amyl 6,6,9-Trimethyl-6-dibenzo-pyrans." JACSVol. 62 (1940): 2201- 2204.
  •           , C.K. Cain, and S. Loewe. "Tetrahydrocannabinol Analogs with Marihuana Activity. XI." JACS Vol. 63 (1941): 1977-1978.
  •           , C.K. Cain, W.D. McPhee, and R.B. Wearn. "Structure of Cannabidiol. XII.  Isomerization to Tetrahydrocannabinols." JACS Vol. 63 (1941): 2209- 2213.
  •           , C.M. Smith and S. Loewe. "Tetrahydrocannabinol Homologs and Analogs with Mirhuana Activity. X." JACS Vol. 63. (1941): 1973-1976.
  •           , D.C. Pease, C.K. Cain, B.R. Baker, J.H. Clark, Hans Wolff, and R.B. Wearn. "Conversion of Cannabidiol to a Product with Marihuana Activity. A Type Reaction for Synthesis of Analogous Substances. Conversion of Cannabidiol to Cannabinol." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2245.
  •           , D.C. Pease, and J.H. Clark. "Isolation of Cannabinol, Cannabidiol and Quebrachitol from Red Oil of Minnesota Wild Hemp." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2194- 2196.
  •           , D.C. Pease, J.H. Clark, and B.R. Baker. "Structure of Cannabinol. I. Preparation of an Isomer, 3-Hydroxy-1-n-amyl-6,6,9-trimethyl-6dibenzopyran." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2197- 2200.
  •           , Hans Wolff, C.K. Cain, and J.H. Clark. "Structure of Cannabidiol. IV. The Position of the Linkage between the Two Rings." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 1770- 1775.
  •           , Hans Wolff, C.K. Cain, and J.H. Clark. “ Structure of Cannabidiol. V. Position of the Alicyclic Double Bonds.” JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2215- 2217.
  •           , Madison Hunt, and J.H. Clark. "Structure of Cannabidiol. III. Reduction and Cleavage." JACS Vol. 62. (1940): 735- 737.
  •           , Madison Hunt, and J.H. Clark. "Structure of Cannabidiol, a Product Isolated from the Marihuana Extract of Minnesota Wild Hemp. I." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 196- 200.
  • Ahmed, Nzeer and Martha G. Hemphill with Francis Earl Ray. “The Action of Nitrous on Phenyl-beta-naphtholaminomethane. II.” JACS Vol. 56 (1934): 2403- 2405.
  • Burgess, Wayland M. and Arthur Rose. "A Study of the products Obtained by the Reducing Action of Metals upon Salts in Liquid Ammonia Solution. I. Introduction. II. The Action of Sodium upon Zinc Cyanide." JACS Vol. 51 (1929): 2127- 2131.
  • Burgess, Wayland M. and Edward H. Smoker. "A Study of the Products Obtained by the Reducing Action of Metals upon Salts in Liquid Ammonia Solution. III. The Action of Sodium upon Silver Iodide and Silver Chloride." JACS Vol. 52 (1930): 3573- 3375.
  • Fry, H.S. "A New Synthesis of Ethyl Methyl Xanthic Ester." JACSVol. 28, No. 6 (June 1906): 796-798.
  • Fry, Harry Shipley. "Notes on the Preparation of Chromyl Compounds." JACS Vol. 33, No. 5 (May 1911): 697-703.
  •           . "Positive and Negative Hydrogen, The Electronic Formula of Benzene, and the Nascent State." JACS Vol. 36 No. 2 (February 1914): 262-272.
  •           . "The Electronic Conception of Positive and Negative Valences." JACS Vol. 37 No. 10 (October, 1915): 2368- 2373.
  •            and Else L. Schulze. "The Liberation of Hydrogen from Carbon Compounds. II.  The Interaction of Ethyl Alcohol, Acetaldehyde and Acetone with Fused Caustic Alkalies." JACS Vol. 48 (1926): 958-968.
  •            and Else L. Schultze. "The Liberation of Hydrogen from Carbon Compounds. IV, The Interaction of Glycol and Glycerol with Fused Caustic Alkalis." JACS Vol. 50 (1928): 1131- 1138.
  •            and Jessie Lousie Cameron. "The Reducing Action of Sodium Methylate." JACS  Vol. 49 (1927): 864-873.
  •            and John H. Payne. "The Action of Hydrogen Peroxide upon Simple Carbon Compounds. I. Methyl Alcohol, Formaldehyde and Formic Acid II. The Mechanism of the Reactions." JACS Vol. 53 (1931): 1973- 1984.
  •            and Paul E. Bowman. "The Effect of Organic Bases upon the Extent and Mechanism of the Reducing Action of Sodium Methylate on Nitrobenzene and Azoxybenzene." JACS Vol. 52 (1930): 1531- 1536.
  •            and Kenneth L. Milstead. "The Action of Hydrogen Peroxide upon Simple Carbon Compounds. III. Glycoloic Acid." JACS Vol. 57 (1935): 2269-2272.
  • Oesper, Ralph E. and Walter Broker. "Some New Hydroxy-Urethans and Chromo-Isomeric Sliver Salts of Their Acyl Derivatives. III." JACS Vol. 47 (1925): 2606-2608.
  • Ray, Francis Earl and Stephan Palinchak. "The Asymmetry of the Aliphatic Nitro Group. Resolution of 9-Nitro-2-Benzoylfluorene." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2109- 2113.
  • Ray, Francis Earl and Walter R. Haefele. "The Action of Nitrous Acid on Phenyl-beta-Naphtholaminomethane. III." JACSVol. 60 (1938): 36- 38.
  • Roblin, Richard O., Jr., James H. Williams, Philip S. Winnek, and Jackson P. English. "Chemotherapy. II. Some Sulfanilamido Heterocycles." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 2002-2005.

Journal articles removed from folder "Research Articles from Journals C-I"

  • Fry, Harry Shipley. "Questions Relative to the Correlation of College and High-School Chemistry Classes." Journal of Chemical Education Vol. 2, No. 4 (April, 1925): 260-269.
  • Burgess, Wayland M. and Edward H. Smoker. "A Study of the Reducing Action of Sodium upon Salts in Liquid Ammonia Solutions." Chemical Reviews Vol. 8, NO. 2 (April, 1931): 265-272.

Journal  articles removed from folder "Research Articles from Journals J-Q"

  • Ray, Francis Earl and William C. Francis. "A Mechanism for the Reaction of Organic Halides with Sulfides. Sulfonium Compunds." The Journal of Organic Chemistry Vol. 2, No. 3 July, 1937): 267-275.
  •           . "Polynitro Compounds of Flourene." The Journal of Organic Chemistry Vol. 8, No. 5 (January, 1943): 52-59.
  • Garber, H.J. and A.W. Goodman. "Fractional Crystallization: A Mathematical Analysis of Fractional Crystallization Problems in n-Component Systems." The Journal of Physical Chemistry Vol. 45, No. 4 (April, 1941): 573-588.

Journal  articles removed from folder "Research Articles from Journals S-Z"

  • Blatt, A.H. "A Critical Survey of the Literature Dealing with the Chemical Constituents of Cannabis Sativa." Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences Vol. 28, No. 11 (November, 1938): 465-477.

Journal articles removed from folder "Controulis, John"

  • Journal of the American Chemical Society Vol. 62, No. 3 (March, 1940).

Journal articles removed from folder "Fluorene"

  • Huntress, Ernest H. and Margaret K. Seikel. "Fluorenones and Diphenic Acids. VI. Ring Cleavage of 2-Chloro-, 2-Hydroxy-, 2-Amino- and 2-Sulfofluorenones with Potassium Hydroxide in Diphenyl Ether." JACS Vol. 61 (1939): 816-822.
  •           . "Fluorenones and Diphenic Acids. VII. Ring Cleavage of 1,8-, 1,6- and 3,6-Dichlorofluorenones with Potassium Hydroxide in Diphenyl Ether." JACS Vol. 61 (1939): 1066-1071.
  •           . "Fluorenones and Diphenic Acids. VIII. The Ring Cleavage of Fluorenone-4-carboxylic Acids." JACS Vol. 61 (1939): 1358-1364.
  • Lothrup, Warren C. "The Structure of Fluorene." JACS Vol. 61 (1939): 2115-2119.
  • Ray, Francis Earl and Irving Levine. "A Mechanism for the Reaction of Organic Halides with Sulfides. Sulfonium Compounds. I." The Journal of Organic Chemistry Vol. 2, no. 3 (July 1937): 267-275.

Journal articles removed from folder "Resonance and Dyes"

  • Brooker, L.G.S., R.H. Sprague, C.P. Smyth, and G.L. Lewis. "Color and Constitution. I. Halochromism of Anhydronium Bases Related to the Cyanine Dyes." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 1116-1125.
  • Brooker, L.G.S., F.L. White, G.H. Keyes, C.P. Smyth, and P.F. Oesper. "Color and Constitution. II. Absorptions of Some Related Vinylene-Homologous Series." JACS Vol. 63 (1941): 3192-3203.
  • Brooker, L.G.S. and R.H. Sprague. "Color and Constitution. III. Absorption of 2-p-Dimethylaminostyrylquinoline and Its Salts. The Effect on Absorption of a Benzene Ring in the Chromophoric Chain of Dyes." JACS Vol. 63 (1941): 3203- 3213.
  •           . "Color and Constitution. IV. The Absorption of Phenol Blue." JACS Vol. 63 (1941): 3214- 3215.

Journal articles removed from folder “Sulfanilamides”

  • Caldwell, William T., and Edmund C. Kornfeld. "Substituted 2-Sulfonamido-5-aminopyridines." JACS Vol. 64 (1942): 1695-1698.
  • Kolloff, H.G. "Water-soluble Derivatives of p-Aminobenzenesulfonamide. I." JACS Vol. 60 (1938): 950-951.
  • Kolloff, H. G., and James H. Hunter. "Sulfanilamide Compounds. II. Arylidine Derivatives of N-Substituted Sulfanilamides." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 158-60.
  •           . "Sulfanilamide Compounds. III. N-Heteroöyl Derivatives of N-Substituted Sulfanilamides." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 1646-1647.
  •           . "Sulfanilamide Compounds. IV. N-Aryl-and N-Arylidine-N-Substituted Sulfanilamides." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 1647-1649.
  •           . "Sulfanilamide Compounds. V. Arylidine Derivatives of N-Acetyl-N-(4-animo)-phenyl-sulfanilamide and N-(4-Amino)-phenyl-sulfanilamide." JACS Vol. 62 (1940): 3355-7. (2)
  •           . "Sulfanilamide Compounds. VI. N-Acyl-N-heterocyclic Sulfanilamides and N-heterocyclic Sulfanilamides." JACS Vol. 63 (1941): 490-492.
  •           . "Sulfanilamide Compounds. VII. Thiazoline Derivatives." JACS Vol. 65 (1943): 156-9.
  •           . "Sulfanilamide Compounds. VIII. Homologs of 2-Sulfanilamidothiazoline." JACS Vol. 65 (1943): 949-950.