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Frank J. Corr papers

Disbound scrapbook (1933-1934) containing newspaper clippings about Frank J. Corr, a Chicago lawyer, and his terms as alderman of Chicago's 17th Ward (South Englewood, West Englewood and North Auburn Gresham neighborhoods) and, briefly, as acting mayor of Chicago after the assassination of Anton ...

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Friendship House (Chicago, Ill.) photograph collection, part 1, ca. 1969-1974.

Photographs relating to people and activities of Friendship House, a Catholic organization devoted to interracial harmony and community service.

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Friendship House (Chicago, Ill.) photograph collection, part 2, [1975-1995]

Primarily slides of various events and activities associated with Friendship House, a Catholic interracial social service organization located in Chicago (Ill.) with facilities at various sites over the years. Includes such activities as graduations, church services, and parties. Also included ar...

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Gleason Funeral Home records

Business ledgers and account books of Gleason Funeral Home, formerly Martin Gleason & Son. This Chicago business, which was established in the Bridgeport neighborhood in the nineteenth century, was located at 3718 S. Halsted in the 1920s but moved to 8619 S. Ashland by the 1930s.

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