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Changing Chicago project photographs by John Kimmich, 1987-1989.
Documentary photographs of the Chicago Loop downtown commercial district, including images of pedestrians, people working, an "El" elevated CTA train, buildings, street scenes, and mourners for Harold Washington, Chicago's first African American mayor.
Documentary photographs by students at University of Illinois at Chicago, 1983-1986.
Photographs submitted for Art & Design course 269 taught by Robert Stiegler at UIC, Spring 1986. Photographs primarily show street scenes in residential areas, focusing on Bridgeport, Lakeview and Pilsen communities. Some photographs depict small businesses or restaurants and their owners. Others...
Lois Rosen papers, 1963-1995
Correspondence, meeting minutes, press releases, newsletters, committee reports, legal and financial documents, newspaper clippings, fliers, and other papers of Lois Rosen, a Chicago political activist and labor union advocate, who was a leader in several civic and social service organiz...
Northwest Neighborhood Federation records
Correspondence, topical files, petitions, and records of projects of the Northwest Neighborhood Federation (covering the Chicago neighborhoods of Portage Park, Irving Park, Belmont-Cragin, Hermosa, and Avondale), an activist organization formed in the late 1970s; plus similar materials from an ea...
Photographs of Mayor Harold Washington during visit to northwest side neighborhood, [ca. 1985]
Views of Mayor Harold Washington on a visit to Dorothy Morton's neighborhood on the northwest side of Chicago (Ill.), where he was surrounded by people who lived in the area.