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8th Day Center for Justice records, 1968-2011.

The 8th Day Center for Justice Records consist of materials related to the organization's social justice activism in the Chicago area, spanning from 1968 until 2011. The records contain administrative and program materials, flyers and posters, news articles, research files, newsletters and public...


Ada María Isasi-Díaz, Ph.D., papers, 1974-2005.

The Ada María Isasi-Díaz papers contain published and unpublished materials that relate to her interests in feminist theology and social justice. Included are books, professional journals, articles, newspapers, pamphlets, booklets, and bulletins.

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American Civil Liberties Union. Illinois Division. Records, 1920-1982

Documents the activities of the Illinois Division of the American Civil Liberties Union from its founding through the early 1980s. Includes case files, finances and fundraising information, individual and institutional correspondence, minutes, newsletters and publications, film, audio cassettes, ...

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Ann Credidio, BVM papers, 1989-2005.

The bulk of the papers documents Sr. Ann Credidios work at Damien House.

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Ann Hennington Brown Papers

Ann Brown was a member of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs and longtime member of the Missionary Society of Arnett Chapel A.M.E. Church. Collection contains photographs, memorabilia, funeral programs, church programs and genealogical records relating to the Brown family.

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Ann Stull Papers

Ann Stull was director of Friendship House in Chicago from 1951 to 1955. Friendship House was a Roman Catholic mission that preached and practiced racial tolerance in the pre-civil rights era. Her collection of rare serials and newspaper clippings documents racism, Catholicism's involvement in in...

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Anna Jaros collection of visual materials

Printed materials and black-and-white, color (1), and hand-painted (1) photographs and photograph postcards related to and collected by Anna Jaros. Portraits depict members of the Halsted Street Church (located at Halsted and 20th Streets, Chicago); the Cervenka, Herda, Hraback, Jaros, and Perout...

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Anne E. Carr, BVM, Ph. D., papers, 1964-2007.

The papers of Anne E. Carr, B.V.M., Ph. D., span the years 1964 to 2007 and consist of unpublished sermons and talks, published articles and interviews, book reviews, awards, and biographical information. Topics include Christian feminism, the role of women in the Roman Catholic Church, ordinatio...

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Anne Patrick, SNJM, papers, 1969-2015.

The papers of Anne E. Patrick, SNJM, PhD have been divided into three series, and consist of Patricks doctoral dissertation, publications in numerous periodicals and monographs, and a copy of her monograph Liberating Conscience. Documents from various conferences and seminars and events at variou...

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Anton Rodde photograph collection, ca. 1924-1937.

Loose photographs and album of snapshots by Chicago resident Rodde, a professional lithographer and amateur photographer. Loose photographs include snapshots of Chicago buildings and parks, the Eucharistic Congress (1926 : Mundelein and Chicago, Ill.), the Rodde home and family, a few family port...

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Antonio Perez photographs, 1987.

Includes views of residents of the South Side of Chicago (Ill.) photographed by Antonio Perez. People are shown posed in their homes, at church, and on the street. Many of the people depicted are Hispanic Americans. Several views show girls dressed for first communion and there are also several v...

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Architectural records and personal papers of Dwight Perkins, [around 1890-1975]

Correspondence, reports, newsclippings, articles, scrapbooks, photographs, and architectural drawings relating to the career and family life of noted architect Dwight Perkins, including 2 scrapbooks in box 4 (1890-1891 on religion and Jenkin Lloyd Jones; 1906-1910 on Chicago Board of Education tr...

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Architectural records and personal papers of Earl Howell Reed, Jr., [ca. 1920-1968]

Architectural drawings and blueprints, correspondence, certificates, and other papers concerning Reed's career as an architect, preservationist, and officer of HABS. Includes job files (ca. 30) of drawings and blueprints, mostly for renovations, ca. 1920-1960; plans for 98 structures made for the...

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Architectural records for buildings by Francis Barry Byrne, [ca. 1914-1967]

Job files (ca. 149) for buildings, alterations, interior design, and some furniture by Francis Barry Byrne, an architect based in Chicago (Ill.), for various clients, primarily in Chicago but also in other locations. Includes materials created in collaboration with his wife Annette Cremin Byrne, ...

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Architectural records for buildings by Thomas E. Tallmadge and related firms, [ca. 1910-1940]

Job files (ca. 39) for buildings and alterations by architect Thomas E. Tallmadge and firms with which he was associated, based in Chicago (Ill.). Designs were for various clients, primarily in the Chicago area but also in other locations. Files for a building often contain drawings, blueprints, ...

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Armour Mission Records, 1845-1934

Records of Armour Mission, Chicago, IL, 1886-1934. The collection includes records concerning church congregation membership and programs, official publications, financial records, real estate materials, and artifacts as detailed below.

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Association House of Chicago records, 1899-1972

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, staff handbooks, workshop materials, program reports, staff evaluations, newsletters, scrapbooks of newsclippings, and other materials created by staff, board members, community groups, and support groups affiliated with Association House, a Pr...


Baptist Ministers' Conference, Chicago. Records, 1889-1910

The Baptist Ministers’ Conference was instrumental in the founding of the University of Chicago in response to John D. Rockefeller's pledge to support the founding of a new of higher education in Chicago. The Records consist of conference minutes from 1889-1909 as well as reports on committee wor...

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Baptist Theological Union minute book

Minutes, list of members, constitution, articles of incorporation, by-laws, etc. of group organized to provide for the study of theology, to establish a theological institute, and to endow a chair of theology at the University of Chicago.

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Baptist Union Theological Seminary. Records, 1866-1922

Baptist Union Theological Seminary was founded in 1865 by the Baptist Theolological Union to meet the needs of students of the first University of Chicago who wished to prepare for the ministry. The Seminary became the Divinity School of the present-day University of Chicago in 1892.

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Barbara Kutchera, BVM papers, 1967-2003.

There is some diversity of content and format including correspondence, published and unpublished writings, travel and scrapbook materials. The collection is primarily focused on the latter years of Sr. Kutcheras life.

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Barnes Crosby sample album, 1903-1912.

Includes photographs of Chicago produced by the Barnes Crosby Company for a display sample album. There are images of bodies of water, bridges, buildings (commercial, educational, governmental, religious, and social services), parks, stockyards, street views, transportation facilities, and zoos.

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Barnes-Crosby collection of glass negatives and master photographs, [ca. 1904-1913]

Photographs and negatives of popular Chicago streets and sites primarily in the Loop area, by the commercial photography studio Barnes-Crosby Company. Many focus on individual buildings such as hotels, office buildings, stores, museums, theaters, hospitals, libraries, government buildings, organi...


Benton House (Chicago, Ill.) records, ca. 1892-1980.

Board minutes and reports, Guild minutes, correspondence, clippings, reports, and other office files of Benton House, a settlement house founded in 1907 and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago at 3052 South Gratten Avenue in the Bridgeport community of Chicago (Ill.) for many years. Earl...

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