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Ernest J. Stevens papers

Correspondence, legal papers, financial records, menus, newsclippings, and other papers, primarily of Stevens and of his father James W. Stevens, chiefly concerning business activities although some personal material is included as well as some correspondence and other papers of Stevens' wife Eli...

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Frank Orren Lowden photograph album, 1917-1921.

Photographs show mostly ceremonial events in Springfield, Ill. between 1917 and 1919 in which Governor Lowden and/or his family participated or hosted. Subjects include visiting royalty from Belgium (1919), Col. Theodore Roosevelt (Aug. 27, 1918), dedication of the Lincoln Monument and the Stephe...

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Hutchinson, William Thomas. Papers, 1912-1976

William Thomas Hutchinson, professor, historian. The William Thomas Hutchinson Papers contain personal and professional correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, reports, minutes, speeches, articles, teaching materials, research materials, bibliographies, papers and notes Hutchinson wrote as a gradua...

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Lowden, Frank O. Papers, circa 1870-1943

Frank Orren Lowden (1861-1943) was a lawyer, Republican politician, scientific farmer and Governor of Illinois. The collection contains personal correspondence, as well as correspondence related to Lowden’s business, political and agricultural activities. It also includes many early twentieth-cen...

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Pullman, Lowden, and Miller families photograph collection, [ca. 1850-1987]

Snapshots, formal photographic portraits, and photo albums relating to descendants of George M. Pullman, primarily through the lineage of his granddaughter Florence Lowden Miller, who was the daughter of Illinois Governor Frank Orren Lowden; Pullman family, Lowden family, Miller family, and frien...

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Pullman-Miller family papers, ca. 1823-1988.

Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks of newsclippings, obituaries and genealogical records, and memorabilia that were kept in Dr. and Mrs. C. Phillip Miller's home in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood, much of it relating to Mrs. Miller (Florence Lowden Miller), her husband, and their families, inc...

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