New Arrivals · Virtual Library Web Documents

April 30, 2016
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Cincinnati buildings, landmarks and street scenes.

April 18, 2016
1 online resource (1 portfolio) : illustrations (some color)
Includes finding aid.
67. The Burnet House, Cincinnati, OH (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1856) -- 68. Cincinnati view from the Carlisle Hotel (Source unknown, ca. 1874) -- 69. Lane Seminary, Walnut Hills (Butler & Strype, ca. 1875) -- 70. Fountain Square, 1920s-1930s (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 71. Cincinnati landmarks (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 72. Cincinnati Music Hall (German text) (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, date unknown) -- 73. St. Xavier Church wall accident (New York illustrated news, 1860) -- 74. Cincinnati--scenes in the suburbs (Illustrated news--Great Exposition, 1886) -- 75. Cincinnati landmarks (German text) (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1876) -- 76. The Carey homestead (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1881) -- 77. Deaconess Hospital, Cincinnati (Architectural forum, 1928) -- 78. Houses on Locust Street, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio (American architect and building news, 1888) -- 79. Burnet House, Cincinnati (Illustrated London news, 1859) -- 80. Residence for H.Q. Cleneay Esq. (American architect and building news, 1886) -- 81. Cincinnati landmarks (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 82. Souvenir folder of Cincinnati, OH (Source unknown, ca. 1940s) -- 83. View on the Rhine (Picturesque America, date unknown) -- 84. Art Museum and Art Academy buildings in Cincinnati (Source unknown, ca. 1894) -- 85. The new Art Museum in Cincinnati, formally opened May 17th (Source unknown, 1886).
A collection of approximately 85 articles, postcards, prints, and photographs, loose in portfolio. Many are dated, have name of printer/publisher and a brief description of the print.

Cincinnati business and industry prints.

April 18, 2016
1 online resource (1 portfolio) : illustrations (some color)
42. Steam marble works: Lowry & Rule (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 43. The hog trade of Cincinnati (Harper's weekly, 1860) -- 44. Hog slaughtering and pork packing in Cincinnati (Harper's weekly, date unknown) -- 45. Pig driving in Cincinnati and on board a river steamer (Graphic, 1870) -- 46. Cincinnati, OH (New Custom House and Post Office) (Ballou's pictorial drawing-room companion, 1857) -- 47. Burnet House (Illustrated London news, 1879) - 48. Burnet House (page 2) (Illustrated London news, 1879) -- 49. John Shillito & Co. (American architect and building news, 1877) -- 50. Philip Hinkle, Esq. (Chimney corner, 1868) -- 51. The paint and varnish manufacture as conducted by F. W. Devoe & Co. (Scientific American, 1884) -- 52. Woodbury's Facial Soap advertisement (Andrew Jergens Co.) (Scribner's magazine, 1904) -- 53. Chapped hands and faces: Pure Vegetable Glycerine (Procter & Gamble advertisement) (Popular science monthly, 1887) -- 54. Fourth Street district fire engine house (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1857) -- 55. Mabley & Carew's (Illustrated news: Great Exposition number, 1886) -- 56. Machine shop tools (Niles Tool Works) (Manufacturer and builder, 1870) -- 57. Hamilton Agricultural Works: Owens, Fane, Dyer & Co., proprietors, Hamilton, OH (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1860) -- 58. Casement's pressure regulator for fluids (Scientific American, 1874) -- 59. Letter from W.T. Hollingworth to the Ohio Pulley & Machine Co. in Warren, OH (Office of W.T. Hollingworth, 1890) -- 60. Twenty-fourth annual exhibition of the Department of Design, Ohio Mechanic's Institute (Daily graphic, 1880) -- 61. Business houses of Cincinnati: Brooks-Waterfield Co., Wm. S. Groesbeck, W.A.R. Tenney (Illustrated news: Great Exposition number, 1886) -- 62. John Shillito & Co.'s new drygoods palace on Seventh, Race, and George Streets, Cincinnati (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1878).
A collection of approximately 62 articles and prints loose in portfolio. Many are dated, have name of printer/publisher and a brief description of the print.

Cincinnati miscellaneous prints : includes Cincinnati Fire Department, Court House riot, etc.

April 18, 2016
1 online resource (1 portfolio) : illustrations (some color)
39. Aufruhe in Cincinnati, Ohio (Cincinnati Court House riot) (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1884) -- 40. Sketch of the Public Library of Cincinnati (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1883) -- 41. Clerical banking in Cincinnati (Puck, 1879) -- 42. The Cincinnati Art Students' League--studies from life (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1883) -- 43. Coal miners strike in Washingtonville, Ohio (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1874) -- 44. Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce members (Source unknown, 1881) -- 45. Cincinnati Fire Department (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1879) -- 46. Studies of the Great West (article about Cincinnati) (Source unknown, 1888) -- 47. A popular resort (Cartoon) (Judge, 1888) -- 48. Latest from Cincinnati (Cartoon) (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861) -- 49. Cincinnati Fire Department at the People's Theatre fire (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1856) -- 50. The town of Ironton, its institutions, churches, and streets (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1890) -- 51. Ohio's first capital (Old State House in Chillicothe) (Source unknown, 1881) -- 52. Music in Cincinnati (Source unknown, 1890) -- 53. Four men buried in a coal mine thirteen days-- their final rescue (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1856) -- 54. The Cincinnati Gymnasium (Daily graphic: New York, 1880) -- 55. The Cincinnati Museum of Art-- an ambitious student (Harper's weekly, 1890).
A collection of approximately 55 articles and prints loose in portfolio. Many are dated, have name of printer/publisher and a brief description of the print.

Civil War prints : includes Cincinnati and non-Cincinnati items.

April 18, 2016
1 online resource (1 portfolio) : illustrations (some color)
25. Squirrel Rifles Greene County (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861) -- 26. Morgan's Raid (Harper's weekly, 1863) -- 27. The Independent Regiment of Cincinnati building a road across low island in the Ohio River, opposite Paducah, KY (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861) -- 28. Great bridge of boats, a mile in length, recently built by the national forces across the Ohio River from Paducah to the Illinois shore (Pictorial history of the Civil War, 1861) -- 29. Murder of Piatt's Zouaves, Thirty-Fourth Ohio, by Eighth Virginia Militia (Pictorial war record: Battles of the late Civil War, 1882) -- 30. Re-enforcements for Grant's Army leaving Memphis, Tenn. (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 31. The Army of the Ohio on the march (Harper's weekly, 1862) -- 32. Major General George B. McClellan military portrait (Gibson & Co. Lithographers, date unknown) -- 33. Lieutenant General Winfield Scott military portrait (Gibson & Co. Lithographers, date unknown) -- 34. Brigadier General Butler military portrait (Gibson & Co. Lithographers, date unknown) --35. Colonel Elmer Ephraim Ellsworth military portrait (Gibson & Co. Lithographers, date unknown) -- 36. Fortifications of Cincinnati: works below the city on Price's Hill (Pictorial history of the Civil War, 1861) -- 37. Investment of Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, by the federal troops under Major-General McClernand and its bombardment by the federal gunboats commanded by Rear-Admiral Porter (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper: the soldier in our Civil War, 1863) -- 38. Charge of the Irish Regiment (Colonel Mulligan) over the Breast Works at Lexington, MO / The Gun-boat New Era, just built at St. Louis, MO (Harper's weekly, 1861) -- 39. Steamboats conveying troops and munitions of war for the federal forces on the Great Kanawha (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861) -- 40. The capture of Fort Henry, Tennessee (Harper's weekly, 1862) -- 41. The camp at Cairo, Illinois (Harper's weekly, 1861) -- 42. Federal troops landing on the Kentucky shore, opposite Cairo, IL, for the purpose of building Fort Holt (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper: the soldier in our Civil War, 1861) -- 43. Camp of the Tenth Indiana Regiment at Bellaire, Ohio (Pictorial war record, 1881) -- 44. Fort Holt, Kentucky, opposite Cairo / Commodore Foote's gun-boat flotilla on the Mississippi (Harper's weekly, 1862) -- 45. Iron-clads passing Louisville Falls at high water on the Ohio (Source unknown, 1866) -- 46. Negro drivers of the baggage train attached to General Pleasanton's calvary brigade watering their mules in the Rappahannock River (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 47. Extempore musical and Terpsichorean Entertainment at the United States Arsenal, Baton Rouge, LA (Source unknown, date unknown) -- 48. Fort Washington (General education, 1880).
A collection of approximately 48 articles and prints loose in portfolio. Many are dated, have name of printer/publisher and a brief description of the print.

Political [prints] : includes Cincinnati and non-Cincinnati items.

April 18, 2016
1 online resource (1 portfolio) : illustrations (some color)
Addition of the word "prints" in title supplied by cataloger.
27. The presidential journey to Washington (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861) -- 28. The Cincinnati convention of Liberal Republicans (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1872) -- 29. General Winfield Scott Hancock (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1880) -- 30. Rutherford B. Hayes (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1876) -- 31. Cincinnati Democratic Convention (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1856) -- 32. The cotton king of the world (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1886) -- 33. Opening of the presidential campaign (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1880) -- 34. Hon. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury (Harper's weekly, 1861) -- 35. Henry T. Hunt, Mayor of Cincinnati (Munsey's magazine, 1912) -- 36. The Mayors-Elect of Cincinnati and Chicago (Harper's weekly, 1872) -- 37. The Cincinnati Convention, in a Pickwickian sense (Harper's weekly, 1872) -- 38. The modern Mazeppa (Harper's weekly, 1872) -- 39. Eine neue Sintfluth (translation of A new flood) (Puck, date not identified) -- 40. Results of the Cincinnati Convention (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861) -- 41. It amuses Johnny (Puck, 1887) -- 42. Just where he belongs (Puck, 1890) -- 43. Allen G. Thurman: the veteran Ohio Democrat (Puck, date not identified) -- 44. There'll be a hot time in de old town to-night (Judge, 1897) -- 45. Ready for 1884, rejuvenated Tilden- 'not this Tilden, some other Tilden!' (Puck, 1880) -- 46. Political reform: the great liberal gathering at Cincinnati (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1872) -- 47. The nominees of the Republican National Convention at Cincinnati, June 16 (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1876) -- 48. Cincinnatus (Harper's weekly, 1872) -- 49. The funeral at Cincinnati (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1872) -- 50. Horace Greeley's western tour (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1872) -- 51. Adding insult to injury (Harper's weekly, 1872) -- 52. After the convention: popular receptions to General Garfield at Cleveland, 1880).
A collection of approximately 52 articles and prints, loose in portfolio. Most are clippings from various publications and are dated and captioned.

Special events in Cincinnati prints : expositions, parades, festivals, concerts, etc.

April 18, 2016
1 online resource (1 portfolio) : illustrations (some color)
41. Miller's Exposition view from the gallery of Tower Hall (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1880) -- 42. Miller's Exposition view from the gallery of Tower Hall (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1880) -- 43. Ohio Centennial war relics (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1886) -- 44. Duck Creek Methodist Episcopal Church camp meeting (Gleason's pictorial drawing room companion, 1852) -- 45. Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1888) -- 46. Das 25. Bundesturnfest in Cincinnati (Ceremony and procession) (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1889) -- 47. Das 25. Bundesturnfest in Cincinnati (Festival tents) (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1889) -- 48. Eden Park & Forestry Congress (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1882) -- 49. Cincinnati Exposition and the Horticultural Department (Harper's weekly, 1874) -- 50. Cincinnatus parade (Harper's weekly, 1883) -- 51. Cincinnati Industrial Exposition Center Hall (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1872) -- 52. Cincinnati Industrial Exposition exterior image (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1879) -- 53. The late U.S. Fair at Cincinnati (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1860) -- 54. Mardi Gras (Frank Leslie's illustrierte Zeitung, 1876) -- 55. Textile Exposition (Source unknown, 1869) -- 56. Die Saugerballe in Cleveland on Euclid Ave. (Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1874) -- 57. Abraham Lincoln at Cincinnati (Source unknown, 1882?) -- 58. Summer night amusement on the bluff at Cincinnati (Harper's weekly, 1890) -- 59. Das grosse Cincinnatier Dramatische Fest geboten (Puck, 1878).
A collection of approximately 59 articles and prints loose in portfolio. Many are dated, have name of printer/publisher and a brief description of the print.

Trends in Indian health.

April 8, 2016
[Rockville, Md.] : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Indian Health Service, Office of Planning, Evaluation and Legislation, Division of Program Statistics
1 online resource (volumes)

National vital statistics reports : from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System.

April 8, 2016
Hyattsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, 1998-
Title from title screen (viewed Dec. 13, 1999).
Each v. has a distinctive title.
Provides monthly, annual, and cumulative data on births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and infant deaths for states and the United States, with brief analyses of the vital statistics.

Instruction manual. Part 2a, Instructions for classifying the underlying cause of death.

April 8, 2016
Hyattsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics
1 online resource

Small nuclear reactors for military installations : capabilities, costs, and technological implications

April 8, 2016
Andres, Richard B.
1 online resource (15 pages).
Title from title screen (viewed on Mar. 5, 2011).
February 2011.

Official congressional directory.

April 8, 2016
Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O.
1 online resource.

Congressional record.

April 8, 2016
1 online resource
Consists of four sections: Daily digest, Extension of remarks, House, Senate.

Congressional record index (CRI).

April 8, 2016
[Washington, D.C.] : U.S. G.P.O., 1983-
Title from web page last updated Jan. 6, 2010 (viewed Mar. 2, 2016).

Congressional record index.

April 8, 2016
[Washington, D.C.] : [U.S. G.P.O.]
Updated daily when Congress is in session.
"Publication of the Joint Committee on Printing, Congress of the United States."

Recovery plan for Silene spaldingii (Spalding's catchfly)

April 8, 2016
1 online resource (203 unnumbered pages) : illustrations, maps
Title from PDF title screen (viewed on Feb. 9, 2011).
"September 2007."

Seguro social, beneficios de sobrevivientes.

April 8, 2016
[Baltimore, Md.?] : Social Security Administration
electronic text, volumes : HTML, digital, PDF file.
"ICN 487075."

Federal firearms regulations reference guide.

April 8, 2016
Washington, D.C. : Dept. of the Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
1 online resource
"ATF publication"--2005-.
"ATF P."

Examining a new model for prisoner re-entry services : the evaluation of Beneficiary Choice

April 8, 2016
1 online resource (138 unnumbered pages).
Title from title screen (viewed July 28, 2011).
"Final report."

Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge : summary of the comprehensive conservation plan.

April 8, 2016
1 online resource (6 pages) : color illustrations, color map
Title from title screen (viewed on Dec. 14, 2012).
"April 2005."

... report on foreign policy-based export controls.

April 8, 2016
1 online resource (volumes)

NCCCP progress report.

April 8, 2016
1 online resource

Seguro social, ajuste por pensión del gobierno.

April 8, 2016
[Baltimore, Md.] : Social Security Administration
volumes : digital, PDF file.

NIMA : GEOnet names server.

April 8, 2016
[Washington, D.C.] : NIMA, [between 1990-1999?]
Title from web page (viewed Nov. 22, 2002).
Presents a database of foreign geographic names, approved by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (US BGN). Approximately 20,000 of the database's features are updated monthly. Allows users to link to other geographic information sources.

NGA GEOnet names server (GNS).

April 8, 2016
1 online resource
Presents a database of foreign geographic names, approved by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (US BGN). Allows users to link to other geographic information sources.

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