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Cincinnati Children's Archives

Cincinnati Children's Archives

Caring for Our History

The Cincinnati Children's Archives, exists to acquire, preserve, and make available records that support, chronicle, and promote the ongoing mission, heritage, and cultural memory of Cincinnati Children’s, its staff, support personnel, patients, and families.

Documenting Our Focus of Care, Cure, Community and Culture

Our history is reflected in a variety of sources: recorded interviews of medical staff; photographs of patients; families and their care teams; annual reports of the hospital and research foundation; research findings, and staff histories. These records amplify breakthroughs in research, training, and care that are a hallmark of Cincinnati Children’s significant influence in the development of pediatric medicine. 

Advancing Our Future

Our history runs long and deep. The archives serve as our memory of the innovative thinkers who imagined possibilities and transformed ideas into reality to advance pediatric medicine. It’s the legacy for which we build our future and dare to dream bigger to inspire future generations of researchers, scholars and healthcare providers.