Built in 1948, the Terrace Hotel & Plaza was the first Modernist hotel in Cincinnati. Check out these archives and click the photo learn more about this endangered building by Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA).
Check out this CPA article, Missing Middle Housing, written by board member Nick Keeling to learn more about housing.
Learn about the significant women in history from Queens of Queen City, a dope blog that features well researched stories of notable female figures in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Back when a team member was involved with an earlier podcast project, a neat ArcGIS StoryMap was made to visually shows the urban renewal changes experienced in Cincinnati's West End neighborhood during the early-and-mid 20th century. Get ready to see lots of maps!
It all started with the travel bug and a love for old buildings. Today the Decay Devils are full-on preservation organization. They use photography to capture the essence of abandoned buildings to encourage historic preservation in their city (Gary, IN) and beyond. Today, they do much more than romp and take photos, they actively work to save threatened buildings from wrecking balls.
This project seeks to recognize the women at King Records by capturing oral histories that provide unique perspectives on its widespread importance and documenting the impressive history of women who recorded there during the mid-twentieth century.