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Chester Commodore Papers

Chester Commodore was the editorial cartoonist for the Chicago Defender for over 50 years. In his capacity as one of the earliest established black editorial cartoonists, Commodore offered both humor and protest by using his cartoons to highlight and fight injustice both locally and nationally. H...

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Chicago Printers Guild records.

Documents the interactions, events and artwork of a non-profit collective of Chicago-area printmakers. The collection contains board minutes, listserv correspondence, event materials, social media posts, photographs and printed artwork photographs and prints.

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Chicago Printmakers Collaborative :

Organizational documents and a selection of hand-printed protest materials from the 2017 Print - Organize - Protest (P.O.P.) event hosted by the Lincoln Square print studio and gallery, Chicago Printmakers Collaborative (CPC).

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David Gremp Photographs, 1978-1979

The sixty photographs in this collection were created during David Gremp's tenure as an artist-in-residence for the 1978-1979 CETA/Neighborhood Arts Program in Chicago. For this project, Gremp was assigned to the Chicago Public Library where he documented library branches and their surrounding ne...

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Susan Cayton Woodson Papers

Art gallery owner Susan Cayton Woodson has been hailed for her work publicizing and preserving the art of the Chicago Renaissance period. Active with the South Side Community Art Center, she is a member of the famed Cayton family and a descendent of Senator Hiram Revels. Her papers include family...

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