Over-the-Rhine in the 1970s: A Journey into a Unique Cincinnati Neighborhood
by Photographer and Author Stephen Albert
This exhibit presents a selection of photographs from a recently published book by local photographer, Stephen Albert, entitled Over-the-Rhine in 1970s: A Journey into a Unique Cincinnati Neighborhood. The book itself contains 96 black and white photographs documenting the people who lived in Over-the-Rhine in the 1970s.
The German immigrants who gave the neighborhood its name had long since moved away to the verdant streets in Cincinnati’s hilltop districts after the First World War. They were replaced by Appalachian migrants who were being joined in the 1960s by blacks who relocated there as their West End homes were being demolished to make way for Interstate 75 and the Queensgate industrial area . Here the residents worked, played and cared for their families, often under harsh physical and economic conditions but otherwise in much the same way as other Americans. Most of those depicted eagerly posed while manifesting their concerns and interests. The streetscapes and shop windows in the collection give clues to the cultural context of the residents.
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