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Charles T. Ganzer photograph collection, 1925-1929.

Aerial photographs of Chicago, mostly views taken from about 10,000 feet. Some shots, taken close to land, are of lesser quality although some buildings and areas are identifiable. A few photos show the planes and camera used in aerial photography. Original negatives include views of Chicago's la...

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Frank and Beatrice Lumpkin papers, 1940-2013, bulk 1974-1986

Documents created or collected by Frank Lumpkin, leader of the Save Our Jobs Committee (SOJ), and his wife Beatrice Lumpkin while writing on a book about the struggles of union workers of Wisconsin Steel Works in Chicago and its abrupt shutdown in 1980. The book was published as "Always Br...

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Gustav Frank family photograph collection, [ca. 1930s-1960s].

Photographic postcard portraits of various family members (32 images), including some who escaped Germany and others who were killed in Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz. The collection centers on Mr. Gustav Frank (ca. 100 photos from scrapbook of 1930s-1940s), who was a refugee from ...

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