As you may already be aware, Union Terminal is undergoing a comprehensive renovation that will secure the future of Cincinnati Museum Center and its home at Union Terminal. The Cincinnati History Library & Archives is closed to the public to facilitate the renovation of historic Union Terminal.
As a result, guests will be unable to visit the Cincinnati History Library but may still access the library’s online catalog, digital journals and other local history resources at library.
The zoo is also well known for holding several records, such as the longest living alligator in captivity (an old gator who lived to 70 years old), and the largest Komodo dragon in captivity, who died in 2005.
The zoo holds a number of fund-raising events throughout the year, as well as educational programs, conservation and sustainability projects.
Limited service via telephone and email is available, but the library will remain closed to the public throughout the duration of the renovation project.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause but hope that you will explore our online resources to support your research needs.
We ask donors to be patient and hold on to their treasures until this exciting renovation project is complete. 15, 2016, the Cincinnati History Library & Archives will impose a moratorium on reproduction requests from our Manuscripts, Printed, Photographs and Prints and Moving Image and Sound Recording collections.