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Guide to the Baker Brownell (1887-1965) Papers, 1904-1965

Baker Brownell enjoyed a rich and varied career as a soldier, newspaper man, popular teacher and lecturer, prolific writer and minor power, and scholar concerned with the dynamics of both the "small community" and the larger "human community" of which it formed an important component. During his ...

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Guide to the Cuneo Studio Materials, 1751-2014

The Cuneo Press, Inc. was started in 1907 by John Frank Cuneo (1884-1977) and quickly became Chicago's second largest printing firm. The Cuneo Studio archival collection is comprised of four boxes and spans the years 1751-2014. The collection was donated to Northwestern University Library in 1977...

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Guide to the Cyrus Colter (1910-2002) Papers, 1935-1995

This series fills five archival boxes and spans the years 1935 to 1995. It consists of biographical material, correspondence, speeches, and publications. The bulk of the collection consists of drafts of Colter's publications, especially his two last novels, A Chocolate Soldier and City of Lights.

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Guide to the Hamill & Barker, Inc. Collection, 1928-1996

Margery Barker (1901-1980) and Frances Hamill (1904-1987) formed a partnership in 1928 to run their own antiquarian bookstore. Their successful endeavors in the book trade and their ability to network and discover authors and build client relationships with them on visits to England enabled them ...

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Guide to the Leon Forrest (1937-1997) Papers, 1952-1998

Leon Richard Forrest was born January 8, 1937 at Cook County Hospital in Chicago to Adelaide Green Forrest (1920-1964) and Leon Forrest, Sr. (1918-1971). Forrest served as chairman of the Northwestern African American Studies department from 1985 to 1994, and also held a professorship in the Engl...

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