Wendell P. Dabney      

Guide to African American Resources
at the Cincinnati History Library and Archives

   

 

Introduction

Subject Categories

Index

  

Cincinnati History
Library and Archives

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Daniel J. Ransohoff Collection
 
  Daniel J. Ransohoff was a native Cincinnatian who began his career as a documentary photographer. After a stint in the Navy, he returned to Cincinnati to pursue a dual career as a social worker for Family Service of the Cincinnati area, the Community Chest, and the United Way (United Appeal) and as an associate professor of community planning at the University of Cincinnati.  
 
 
Two unidentified men
Two unidentified men, n.d.
Daniel J. Ransohoff Collection, Photo SC#22, Box 1
Cincinnati History Library and Archives, Cincinnati Museum Center

 
 


Ransohoff's collection of over 25,000 prints and negatives documents urban housing, economic, social, and health conditions, children, the elderly, families, and the agencies which try to alleviate the conditions. The collection covers the years 1934 to 1981. The negatives have been reproduced on microfiche, and the prints are arranged by subject. A finding aid for the collection is available in the library.    View catalog record   Request slip

 
 
 
Unidentified woman and baby
Unidentified woman and baby, n.d.
Daniel J. Ransohoff Collection, Photo SC#22, Box 6
Cincinnati History Library and Archives, Cincinnati Museum Center
 
 

 


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This online guide opened on February 10, 2004.