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Miscellaneous Programmes vol. I, 1895-1898.

Scrapbook contains progams, invitations, tickets, and announcements for alumni events, commencements, debate competitions, lectures, and plays. Subjects include St. Ignatius College, Illinois State Normal University, St. Louis University, University of Notre Dame, Chicago Musical College, Chicago...

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Miscellaneous Programmes vol. II, 1880-1902.

Scrapbook contains invitations, cards, programs, and tickets for lectures, events, commencements, banquets, competitions, plays, and Jubilees. Subjects include St. Louis University, St. Xavier College, St. Ignatius College, Marquette College, Creighton College, Detroit College, World's Columbian ...

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Nicholas Patricca papers, 1960-2012.

The papers of the Nicolas Patricca collection span the years 1960-2012 with the bulk of materials dating from 1982-1989. The collection also includes a significant amount of undated material. The papers are arranged into three series and consist mainly of Patricca's plays and material related to ...

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Programmes of St. Ignatius College, 1903-1916.

Scrapbook contains jubilee cards, programs, schedules, tickets, advertisements, flyers, memorial booklets, circulars, menus, illustrations, postcards, song lyrics, Mass cards, sheet music, and catalogs. Subjects include James Edward Cardinal Quigley, St. Ignatius College, debate contests, basebal...

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Rollo Timponi Theatrical Scrapbook, 1908-1934.

Contains photographs of individuals and groups, some signed, most are unsigned or unidentified; letters; theatre programs; box office statements; calling cards; certificates; membership cards; and tickets. Subjects include actors, actresses, Elks Club, Colonial Theatre, Illinois Theatre, World Wa...

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Stagebill Collection, 1813-1986

This collection consists of 8.5 linear feet (18 boxes) spanning the years 1813 to 1986 (bulk 1900 - 1982) and includes theater programs and pamphlets from Chicago, regional, national, and international theaters.

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