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Anna Gardner Goodwin papers, 1906-2006

Anna Gardner Goodwin (1874-1959) was an African American composer of classical music. Her compositions include “Adelene” and “Freedom to All March.” The Anna Gardner Goodwin papers span from 1909 to 2006 and contain biographical and genealogical documents, musical scores, material related to her ...

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Archie Lieberman Collection

Archie Lieberman (1926-2008), of Chicago, Illinois, was a photographer for magazines, advertising, and corporations, including Look magazine, Time, Life, and Collier's. The collection demonstrates Lieberman's professional work for many decades as a photographer, author, and photojournalist.

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Center for Book and Paper Arts, Artists' Books Collection, 1939-2012 and undated

The Center for Book and Paper Arts (CBPA) at Columbia College Chicago was founded in 1994 by noted paper artists Marilyn Sward and Barbara Metz. The CBPA is one of the largest book and paper arts institutions in the United States and serves as a platform for students and faculty from Columbia Col...

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Center for Book and Paper Arts, Visiting Artists Collection, 2005-2017

The Center for Book and Paper Arts (CBPA) at Columbia College Chicago was founded in 1994 by noted paper artists Marilyn Sward and Barbara Metz. The CBPA is one of the largest book and paper arts institutions in the United States and serves as a platform for students and faculty from Columbia Col...

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Cheryl Johnson-Odim Collection, 1967-1990

An element of the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection, the Cheryl Johnson-Odim Collection is comprised of materials related to Dr. Johnson-Odim's time as a community activist. During this period, she campaigned against the South African policy of apartheid through various grassroots organi...

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Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection, 1956-2012

The Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection was assembled through the efforts of Dr. Lisa Brock, a faculty member of Columbia College Chicago and a seminal force in the local anti-apartheid movement. This collection highlights the grassroots organizations during the 1980s and 1990s that formed...

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Clyde Caswell Collection, 1909-1963

Clyde Martin Caswell was a radio pioneer in the 1940s and 1950s whose on-air name was Jim Christie. He also served as the head of the Columbia College Radio Department and later, as Dean of Students at the college. The collection strength lies in its radio recordings from the time period. The col...

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Columbia Chronicle

The Columbia Chronicle is the student newspaper of Columbia College Chicago. The content of this publication was originally combined with the Alumni newsletters, but beginning in the 1970s, it became an independent source. This collection consists entirely of the student newspapers published by t...

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Gallery 312 Collection, 1982-2005

Gallery 312 was founded in 1994 by Lewis S. and Anne Neri Kostiner as a nonprofit art organization at 312 North May Street in Chicago, Illinois. The Gallery focused on the development of local artists and exhibited works by local and international artists alike. The Gallery 312 Collection is a st...

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Harrington College of Design Special Collections, 1902 - 2012

The Harrington College of Design Special Collections books were acquired by Columbia College Chicago in 2015 when Harrington College announced it would close by 2018. Harrington College was founded by interior designer Frances Harrington in 1931. The collection contains books and publications on ...

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John R. Fischetti Collection, 1945-2003

John R. Fischetti (1916-1980) worked as an editorial and political cartoonist for over thirty years and was employed by several prestigious publications including Chicago Daily News, Chicago Sun-Times, The New York Times, The New York Herald Tribune, and Stars & Stripes. This collection of Fische...

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Latino Cultural Affairs, 1993-2016

Latino Cultural Affairs is an organization in the Student Services Department of Columbia College Chicago. It originally started as a student organization in 1988, and was absorbed in the Student Services Department in 1994. Latino Cultural Affair's mission is to develop a comprehensive program o...

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Manifest, 2002-2015

Manifest is an all-day urban arts festival that showcases graduating senior and graduate student work of Columbia College Chicago each spring. Originally a month long celebration started in 2002 as "Mayfest," the festival eventually became a one-day event in 2004. The collection strength lies in ...

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Nena Ivon Collection, 1964-2009

Nena Ivon, of Chicago, Illinois, was promoted to Assistant Fashion Director of the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Chicago at age 17 and later became the Director of Fashion and Special Events for forty years. She began teaching in the Fashion Studies program at Columbia College Chicago and works exte...

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Orlando Redekopp Collection, 1958-2005

An element of the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection, the Orlando Redekopp Collection is comprised of materials related to Redekopp's time as an activist and South African election observer. During the 1980s and 1990s, Redekopp, along with his wife Joan Gerig, lived in Chicago and partici...

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Phi Sigma Collection, 1878-2012

Phi Sigma is a social organization which was founded in 1878 in Chicago, Illinois. This group is dedicated to public speaking and is the second oldest, continuously running organization of its kind in Illinois. This collection honors Columbia College Chicago's early curricula in oratory arts and ...

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Psychological Development of Expression, 1899 - 1919

The four Psychological Development of Expression books were published between 1899 and 1906. They were edited by Mary A. Blood and Ida M. Riley, the founders of the Columbia School of Oratory in Chicago, for practical use by students.

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Richard E. Stamz papers, 1906-2002

Papers, dated from 1906-2002 and undated, with the bulk of the materials dated from 1941-1993, including biographical records, correspondence, photographs, clippings, promotional materials, administrative records, master tapes, and personal research from the lifetime and broadcasting career of pi...

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Robert Enrietto Collection, 1968-2003

Robert Enrietto (1941-2003), an alumnus of Columbia College Chicago, spent over three decades working as a production manager, assistant director, set designer, and producer. This collection of Enrietto's personal papers illustrates the professional work involved behind the scenes for television ...

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Rozell (Prexy) Nesbitt Collection, 1928 - 2005

An activist and an educator, he organized anti- apartheid groups in the Midwest; was named director of the Africa Project at the Institute of Policy Studies; and served as program director and research secretary at the World Council of Churches, Geneva, Switzerland. In 1986, he returned to Chicag...

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Sherwood Community Music School, 1875-2011

The Sherwood Community Music School at Columbia College Chicago began as the Sherwood Music School in 1895 and was a degree-granting institution for musicians, a hub for the students of music distance education, and a community music school offering lessons and programs for musicians of all ages....

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Sue Cassidy Clark papers

Sue Cassidy Clark was a music journalist and photographer who specialized in soul, gospel, and rock music in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Her papers include Clark's recorded interviews, interview transcripts, photographs, published articles, correspondence, handwritten notes, clippings, promot...

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Theodore Charles Stone papers, 1921-2001

Theodore Charles Stone (1912-1998) was a Chicago-based opera singer and journalist who served as president of both the National Association of Negro Musicians and Chicago Music Association. The Theodore Charles Stone papers span from 1929-2001 and provide insight into the African American operati...