• Creator Names Ragland, John M. (John Marshall), b. 1884.
  • Title John M. Ragland papers [manuscript], ca. 1917-1979.
  • Physical description 2 linear ft. (3 boxes)
  • Collection summary Correspondence and miscellaneous papers regarding John Ragland, his family, and his career. John Ragland was executive director of the South Central Association (Chicago, Ill.) and was involved with the Tri-Faith Employment Program. Mr. Ragland also ran as the Republican candidate for alderman of the 24th Ward in 1953. The collection also includes materials relating to his son Albert Ragland during his term as executive director of the Chicago Conference on Religion and Race ca. 1971-1974.
  • Acquisition information Gift of Albert M. Ragland (M1985.0003).
  • Location of Other Archival Materials Note Related materials at Chicago History Museum, Research Center, include the John M. Raglund collection of visual materials (1986.0048); the Chicago Conference on Religion and Race photograph collection (1986.0047); and the Chicago Conference on Religion and Race records.
  • Names
    • Ragland, John M. (John Marshall), b. 1884 Archives.
    • Ragland, Albert M. Archives.
    • Chicago Conference on Religion and Race.
    • Republican Party (Chicago, Ill.)
    • South Central Association (Chicago, Ill.)
    • Tri-Faith Employment Program (Chicago, Ill.)
    • Ragland, Albert M.
    • Chicago Conference on Religion and Race.
    • South Central Association (Chicago, Ill.)
  • Subjects
    • African Americans Illinois Chicago 20th century.
    • African American politicians Illinois Chicago 20th century.
    • Election districts Illinois Chicago 24th Ward.
    • Elections Illinois Chicago 20th century.
    • Social service Illinois Chicago 20th century.
    • World War, 1939-1945.
  • Geographic coverage
    • Chicago (Ill.) Race relations 20th century.
    • South Side (Chicago, Ill.)
  • Genre Correspondence. aat
  • Geographic name United States Illinois Cook County Chicago.