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The Attic organization (Chicago, Ill.) records, part 1

Meeting minutes and mailings to/from members, 1981-1986, membership list, 1990, and a financial ledger of investments, insurance accounts, taxes, expenses, and dues, 1923-1941, of The Attic organization of Chicago, a businessmen's luncheon club. Included are replies (in the affirmative) from memb...

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The Attic organization (Chicago, Ill.) records, part 2

Minutes of meetings of the directors, board of governors, and members, 1923-1986; officers and membership lists, 1943-1965; communications to members, invitations, 1941-1954; a few menus and other items; lease between The Attic and Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, ...

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Caroline L. Shoemaker memorial collection of Chicago slides, 1965-1991.

Includes slides of Chicago (Ill.) and the metropolitan area taken by Robert Shoemaker, a photographer residing in Naperville (Ill.) who did photographic work for the Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau. Topics primarily include arts, buildings, businesses, food and restaurants, hotels, museums,...

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Hannah and Hogg saloon photograph album, ca. 1889.

Photographs of Chicago saloons established by liquor distributor Hannah & Hogg. Includes views of exteriors, interiors, bowling alleys, billiard hall, meeting rooms for fraternal organizations, and Sam T. Jack's Opera House--an affiliated theater. Some scenes show men standing in doorways, bowlin...

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Julius Poslusny photograph collection, 1900s-1940s.

Poslusny, a Chicago photographer, owner of LaSalle Photo located in the LaSalle Hotel and his brother Edmund. Subjects include family portraits, Poslusny at work and with friends. There are also samples of his photographs.

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Photographs by John Mahtesian, [ca. 1955-1970]

Photographs of people, daily life, and urban street scenes, many in the vicinity of Ohio Street and Clark Street in Chicago during the 1950s but also including West Pullman, the Loop, and other neighborhoods of the city. Mahtesian, a Chicagoan of Armenian parentage, worked as a photographer in co...

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