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Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of armistice in Cincinnati, O. The brave are serenaded by the fair, and the War Chest is advertised at the same time

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating Armistice news in Cincinnati. Letting the world know he sent three into service

Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous - Shell brine cooler. Manufactured by the Triumph Ice Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1 of the 16 furnished Chemical Plant 101, Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Maryland

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Red Cross canteen for men in service. Cigarettes and coffee for colored soldiers at the free buffet for soldiers and sailors maintained by the Red Cross at the Grand Central Depot, Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies - Ohio - U.S. Sailors entering the famous "Over the Rhine" district in the official parade celebrating victory in Cincinnati, O., Nov. 13, 1918

American Red Cross - Groups - Left to right: B.H. Kroger, chairman of the Red Cross Membership Drive, in consultation with Robert E. Edmonson, Republican Party Representative, and William Leonard, Democratic representative, as totheir method of canvassing Cincinnati, Ohio, for new Red Cross members. 1918

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Instruction - Gas mask drill by Camp Sherman soldiers at Cincinnati, Ohio for the third Liberty Loan Celebration, April 6, 1918

Ceremonies - Ohio - The public farewell of the First Ohio at Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of victory in Cincinnati, O. Dropping patriotic literature from the roof-tops to the crowds below

Ceremonies and Parades - Caisson with cloth bearing star to each man who fell, in parade on return of the former First Ohio to Cincinnati. Caisson and escort were separated from rest of parade by several minutes' interval, to heighten effect of this unique mark of respect. Shown passing reviewing stand

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Cincinnati women work for soldiers and war refugees. After hours, the rooms of Cincinnati School houses are gathering places of women who devote a great deal of their time to sewing and knitting for soldiers, sailors and war refugees. They make pajamas, convalescent shirts, knitted garments, etc. This group is especially interesting as the school where the women are working is in the "Over the Rhine" district, the German section of the city, which is no longer German

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Red Cross workers making bandages at the Red Cross Headquarters, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1918

Ceremonies - Ohio - Red Cross workers enter the famous "Over the Rhine" district of Cincinnati, O., in the great victory parade of Nov. 13, 1918

Colleges and Universities - University of Cincinnati - University of Cincinnati receives liberty trucks. Photo shows the liberty motor trucks and their escort of police and boy scouts in parade through Cincinnati

Ceremonies - Pennsylvania - New Liberty emblem unfurled in connection with celebration of news of victory in Cincinnati, O

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - Red Cross drive for funds, Cincinnati, O., May 1918. Photo shows great Red Cross in Fountain Square, Cincinnati, figures upon which indicate Cincinnati's quota to be raised. During the first 24 hours of the drive $279, 207.51 were raised

Ceremonies - Ohio - Sing National Anthem in sign languages. Deaf and dumb children of St. Rita's School, Cincinnati Ohio singing the Star Spangled Banner in the sign language

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating Armistice news in Cincinnati, O. Employees of a giant munition plant. (Pollak Steel Co.)

Ceremonies - Ohio - New Liberty emblem unfurled in connection with celebration of news of victory in Cincinnati, O

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating armistice news in Cincinnati, O. Students of Conservatory of Music parade and collect funds for war-ends

Decorations - Presentations - American - Mayor Galvin of Cincinnati, Ohio, extending congratulations of city to Captain Garvey on his receiving Croix de Guerre

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating armistice news in Cincinnati, O. "Mother's" patriotic scarf is of tissue crepe paper in patriotic design

Ceremonies - Ohio - Heads of military organizations marching through "Over the Rhine" district in Cincinnati, O., in the official parade celebrating victory

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating Armistice News, Cincinnati, O. After being "beheaded", the Kaiser is parade through the streets

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - An American Red Cross unit at work in Cincinnati, Ohio

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Christmas Boxes - Red Cross worker furnishes box for Christmas packages. Mother of soldier receiving container for Christmas package furnished by the American Red Cross in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is holding in her hand the printed label, mailed home by her son, which has to be attached to the package. Packages must not weigh over three pounds

Ceremonies - Preparedness Day, Washington, D.C. - Recruits to the British Army enlisted by British Recruiting Station at Cincinnati, Ohio, march in the Great Liberty Day parade

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Personal Appeal - Red Cross Drive for funds, Cincinnati, O., May 1918. Navy men donating to the Red Cross

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - The ushers at the patriotic mass-meeting at Emery Auditorium, Cincinnati, to celebrate the French national holiday, the 14th of July. The young women are the members of the local Women's Patriotic League. Note tri-color on ribbon crossing breasts

Airplanes - Historical - Filling the newly arrived aeroplane at public demonstration of "Stunt Flying" at Cincinnati

American Red Cross - Supplies - His extra coat to warm war refugee. Cincinnati Boy giving his extra coat to the Red Cross during the clothing drive so that a Belgian or French Boy may be warm this winter

Ceremonies and Parades - Public prayer for victory. Noon hour public prayer meeting on the Esplanade in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Great lakes Naval Station band furnished the music. Rabbi David Philipson, Rev. Fred L. Fagley and Father Francis Finn spoke

Colleges and Universities - University of Cincinnati - University of Cincinnati engineers drilling on the University grounds, Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies and Parades - The former First Ohio marching past reviewing stand, Cincinnati, Ohio, on return from war

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Independence Day, Cincinnati, Ohio. Roumanians participating in the celebration

Ceremonies and Parades - Caisson with cloth bearing star for each man who fell, passing reviewing stand in parade on return of the former first Ohio to Cincinnati. Caisson and escort were separated from rest of parade by several minutes interval, to heighten effect of this unique mark of respect

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Independence Day, Cincinnati, Ohio. U.S. Judge Howard Hollister addressing meeting of Italians in Eden Park

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Cincinnati, Ohio Italians celebrate Independence Day. The Italians of Cincinnati gave vent to their patriotic impulses at Eden Park, Cincinnati on Independence Day

Ceremonies - Ohio - A wee little marcher with the Red Cross in the vicotry parade, Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Troop C, since dederalized, marches in review of honor through Cincinnati, Ohio, on its way back to Camp Sherman to be demobilized

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating Armistice news in Cincinnati, O. Natives of liberated countries parade in folk costumes

Ceremonies and Parades - A bit of parade in honor of return of former First Ohio from the War, at Cincinnati. Parade show at heart of former German district for which the city once-renowned

Ceremonies - Ohio - Home Guard Band playing in the official parade celebration celebrating victory, Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies - Ohio - Uncle Sam's soldiers enter the famous "Over the Rhine" district of Cincinnati, O., in the great Victory Parade of Nov. 13, 1918

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Working at night at Red Cross Central Headquarters, Cincinnati, Ohio. Many girls from factories took but light suppers, enroute from their work

Ceremonies - Ohio - Parade at Minute's Notice when Germany accepts Wilson's terms. No sooner had the German note accepting President Wilson's 14 points been published when the committee in Cincinnati which had been meeting to decide on proper means of celebrating victory, started an improvised parade, bidding all who wished to "fall in". Members of the committee and a few soldiers who carried the French and American flags in the parade are shown

Ceremonies - Ohio - Women marchers in the Victory Parade of Cincinnati, O., (mock) mourning badges, announcing themselves on their way to the Kaiser's funeral

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of victory in Cincinnati, O. Wearing imitations of captured Hun helmets, while they beat the lids of ash cans in triumph

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - Patriotic meeting to celebrate the French National Holiday at Emery Auditorium, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 14, 1918. Crowds seeking admission long before opening of the program at three of the afternoon-- the building is that of the Ohio Mechanics' Institute and at the time was one of the schools of training for selectives

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of victory, Cincinnati, O. Carrying the Kaiser's bier aloft in mock-sorrow

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating armistice news in Cincinnati, O. The Traction Co. has the city toured by a car in form of a great chest, to advertise the War-Chest campaign then also on, for varied war ends

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of victory in Cincinnati, O. A novel noise-maker,- drawing a resined cord through an empty vessel

Ceremonies - Ohio - Drafted men, not yet in uniform, marching through "Over the Rhine" district, in the official parade celebrating victory in Cincinnati, O

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Unique banners over streets of Cincinnati, Ohio, to welcome Troop C, 37th. Division

Colleges and Universities - Ohio State University - Laboratory for General Mechanics, Ohio Mechanics Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio

Colleges and Universities - Woodward High School - At close of shopwork, Woodword High School, Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - Red Cross Drive for fudns, Cincinnati, O., May 1918. Photo shows women workers parade, May 21, 1918

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - The Cincinnati, O., "Flying Squadron" of volunteer helpers to war ends in parade for Second Red Cross Drive

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Cutting splints for the Red Cross. Employees of the Nablet & Carew Dep't Store, Cincinnati, met evenings at Red Cross Headquarters for this work

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Canteen Service - Civil War vet served by Red Cross Workers. A Veteran of the Civil War who was with Sherman in his campaign, is being served at the free Red Cross Canteen for men in service, Cincinnati, Ohio. The Veteran is William Adams and he is 79 years old

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Treats for the soldiers. The free buffet for soldiers and sailors maintained by the Red Cross in the Union Depot, Cincinnati, Ohio, is a welcome spot for men in the service, for they are always well taken care of

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of victory in Cincinnati, O. "The Anvil Chours". A local coal company's employees parade in the metal trucks beating the sides of these with pokers, etc., to produce an "anvil chours"

Ceremonies - Ohio - Peace Day in Cincinnati, Ohio. Chief of Police Copelan heading Armistice Parade

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - Captain Garvey, U.S. Marines, at attention during reading of citation awarding him the Croix de Guerre. Cincinnati, Ohio

American Red Cross - Salvage - Balls of tinfoil, averaging 16lbs. each, along with old siver, gathered for the Red Cross and now stored at its Cincinnati headquarters pending turning over to the Government for warends

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Independence Day, Cincinnati, Ohio. Roumanians participating in the celebration

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating Armistice news , Cincinnati, O. The Cincinnati Times Star's automobiles deck out with ads for the War Chest campaign

Ceremonies and Parades - Public prayer for victory. Noon hour prayer meeting on the Esplanade, Cincinnati, Ohio. Rabbi David Philipson, Jewish; Rev. Fred L. Fagley, Secretary Federation of Churches of Cincinnati, Protestant, and Father Francis Finn of St. Xavier's offered prayers in turn

Ceremonies - Ohio - Peace demonstration, Cincinnati, Ohio. Caged "Kaiser" led by Boy Scouts in Armistice Parade

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of victory in Cincinnati, O

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - Red Cross drive for funds, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1918. Old rubber tires sold to raise funds

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - American Red Cross workers march in the great Liberty Day parade, Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies and Parades - The former 1st Ohio pass through the old German district of Cincinnati in review, on return from the war

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - Collects funds for Red Cross. Charlotte "Billie" Curlee, of Cincinnati, O., holds the record for collections for the Red Cross, by children under four years of age. "Billie" collected over $300

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Christmas Boxes - Speed up soldier's sweater to catch Christmas packet. Miss Julia Galloway of Cincinnati is just one of the women in the country who is speeding up work on soldier's sweaters so that it may be in time for the Christmas packet. Nov. 20th is the last day for posting the packages

Colleges and Universities - Woodward High School - Woodworking class, Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Giant Wheel used at Red Cross Headquarters, Cincinnati, for stretching gauze, before cutting into bandages. Thousands of bolts have been so stretched in the course of the war. - Note electric cutters in foreground

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Personal Appeal - Christy mathewson contributes to Red Cross War Fund. Well known baseball player and manager of the Cincinnati Baseball Club, donates his bit to the Red Cross fund

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Members of the fire department of Cincinnati, Ohio, making sweaters, socks, and mufflers for soldiers in France. Photo shows women members of the American Red Cross teaching firemen the art of knitting for the soldiers

American Library Association - Posters - Poster in hotel lobby brings books for soldiers. This poster placed in the lobby of the Hotel Gibson Cincinnati, Ohio has been the means of filling the basket over where it stands with books for soldiers

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills With Clouds of Smoke- United States - Gas mask drill by Camp Sherman soldiers at Cincinnati, Ohio for the third Liberty Loan Celebration, April 6, 1918

Photograph of Sign Marking the Location of 38 Acre Memorial Forest of the Federated Garden Clubs of Cincinnati

Photograph of Cooperative Plantation of the Garden Clubs of Cincinnati and Vicinity

Photograph of Cooperative Plantation of the Garden Clubs of Cincinnati and Vicinity

Fountain Square in Downtown Cincinnati is a Public Square that Works for the City and Its People in a Myriad of Ways: a Flower Vender has Made a Sale

Fountain Square in Downtown Cincinnati is a Public Square that Works for the City and Its People in a Myriad Of Ways: Distributing Hare Krishna Literature at the Israeli Birthday Celebration

Fountain Square in Downtown Cincinnati is a Public Square that Works for the City and its People in a Myriad of Ways: Saturday Afternoon

Fountain Square in Downtown Cincinnati is a Public Square that Works for the City and Its People in a Myriad Of Ways: At Corner Of 5th and Vine Streets

D'aug Days (Pronounced Dog) is a Month Long Presentation of All the Arts at Downtown Cincinnati's Immensely Popular Public Plaza, Fountain Square, Dancers from New Media Theater, a Cincinnati Group

Young Woman Watches as Her Car goes through Testing at an Auto Emission Inspection Station in Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, All Light Duty, Spark Ignition Powered Motor Vehicles are Tested Annually for Carbon Monoxide and Hydrocarbon Emissions, and Given a Safety Check, All Other Vehicles Registered in the City Receive an Annual Safety Check, the Emissions Test on an Exhaust Analyzer went into Effect in January, 1975; The Safety Test Has Been in Effect Since 1940

President Gerald R. Ford Walking with Boston Red Sox Manager Darrell Johnson and Cincinnati Reds Manager George “Sparky” Anderson Prior to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A port view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CINCINNATI (SSN-693) underway

The Los Angeles Class nuclear-powered attack submarines USS CINCINNATI (SSN-693) and USS MEMPHIS (SSN-691) display ensigns and union jacks during the commissioning ceremony for their sister ship, the USS SALT LAKE CITY (SSN-716). Moored alongside the submarine tender USS L.Y. SPEAR (AS-36) is the nuclear-powered attacks submarine USS RICHARD B. RUSSELL (SSN-687)

Christmas lights are used to decorate ships that are in port for Christmas. The nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CINCINNATI (SSN-693) is in the foreground to the left

Photograph from the NCLIS Hearing on School Libraries in Cincinnati

Commissioners at the NCLIS Hearing on School Libraries in Cincinnati