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AIDS Pastoral Care Network video recording [videorecording], 1995.

Color video of the May 29, 1995, Memorial Day Liturgy for persons affected by HIV/AIDS at St. Clements Church in Chicago, sponsored by AIDS Pastoral Care Network. The service was held at St. Clements Church, located at 642 West Deming Street in the Lakeview area of Chicago.

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Chicago Women's Graphics Collective posters

Two- and multi-color handprinted posters (19), many silkscreened, created by the Chicago Women's Graphics Collective supporting the work and mission of its parent organization, the Chicago Women's Liberation Union. Some posters advertise Union events, but most consist of graphic and written messa...

Descriptive inventory for the Institute for Juvenile Research (Ill.) life histories collection, ca. 1921-1949, bulk 1929-1933 (partially processed collection)

The IJR records include written life histories compiled by the IJR, primarily dated 1929-1933 (although they range from 1921-1940s), and consisting of interviews with teenagers and young adults, most of whom were confined in Illinois detention facilities. The authors of the 133 life hist...

Ernest A. Bell papers

Correspondence, minutes, newsclippings, and publications produced or received by Ernest A. Bell relating to his career as a Methodist clergyman, missionary to India in 1892-1894, and anti-prostitution crusader in Chicago from 1902 onward. Topics include various Protestant missionary societies in ...

Estelle Carol materials on the Chicago Women's Liberation Union

Chicago Women's Liberation Union (CWLU) poster and phonograph record. Founded in 1969, the CWLU was a radical feminist organization. The 1972 record album features The Chicago Women's Liberation Rock Band and The New Haven Women's Liberation Rock Band. Chicago Women's Graphic Collective created t...

Jerome A. Gross papers, ca. 1940-1995

Journals (1953-1994), correspondence (1957-1991), photographs, and other papers of Jerome A. Gross, who was a veteran, a graduate of the University of Chicago, and a gay man who died from complications resulting from HIV in 1995. The bulk of the collection is comprised of journals and co...

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Thing (Magazine) records

Business and correspondence files, photographs, audio cassette interviews, and other records of Thing, an underground magazine on African American and gay issues, arts, and culture, published in Chicago (Ill.) from 1989 to 1993.

William Simon papers, ca. 1954-1975

Research materials, published articles and papers, interview guides and transcripts, correspondence, grant proposals and expenditure reports, sound recordings, and other papers of William Simon, a sociologist who studied human sexuality. Materials primarily relate to Simon's work at the In...

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