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Changing Chicago project photographs by James Newberry, 1987.

Documentary photographs concerning ethnic traditions of Chicago's Palestinian, Indian, Iranian, and Asian communities. Images include group shots of family members at family-owned businesses, such as local ethnic stores, restaurants, and bakeries; residents and customers posed for photos in neigh...

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Frances Mikkelson Harley papers, 1931-1996.

This collection spans the years 1931 to 1996. The collection is divided into three sections: personal, academic, and professional. The personal records include biographical information about Frances and her husband Alexander, as well as programs announcing some of her public appearances, music co...

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Guide to the Alan Stout manuscript scores, 1961-1975

Manuscript scores (diazotype) by the American composer Alan Stout (born 1932), most with cover labels and stamps from the American Composers Alliance Library, New York.

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Guide to the Arne Oldberg scores, 1894-1953

Manuscripts, diazotypes, published scores, and photocopies of the compositions of the American composer Arne Oldberg (1874-1962).

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Jewish Community Centers of Chicago collection of visual materials, 1909-1965, bulk 1920s.

Primarily includes views of activities of JCC and its predecessors at various locations: Chicago Hebrew Institute at Taylor & Lytle (1914), Jewish People's Institute in Lawndale (1922), and Max Straus Center (1946). Subjects include adult, junior college, secondary, elementary and nursery educati...


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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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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Scrapbook, 1868-1926

Contains articles from newspapers and magazines as well as pamphlets, obituaries, sheet music, reports, certificate of incorporation for the Alumni Association of the Holy Family School, list of Christmas offerings, correspondence, mass cards, programs, flyers, tickets, and membership cards. Subj...

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Scrapbook, 1919-1920.

Contains articles from newspapers and magazines as well as programs, invitations, and sheet music. Subjects include Cardinal Mercier, Loyola University, St. Ignatius College, Loyola Academy, Holy Family parish, Archbishop Mundelein, Chicago Archdiocese Diamond Jubilee, and St. Ignatius Church.

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Sherwood Community Music School Collection, 1875-2011

The Sherwood Community Music School at Columbia College Chicago began as the Sherwood Music School in 1895 and was a degree-granting institution for musicians, a hub for the students of music distance education, and a community music school offering lessons and programs for musicians of all ages....

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Stanger, Philip. Collection, 1886-1988

Philip Stanger, drummer and drum instructor. The Philip Stanger Collection contains drum, xylophone, marimba and other percussion pedagogy books and manuals, sheet music, advertisements, articles, magazines, and photographs.

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Trumbull Family Papers, 1876-1990

Correspondence, diaries and photographs of the Trumbull family of Chicago from 1876 until 1956. The collection gives candid insight into the lives of the young Trumbull sisters while studying music in Vienna through their letters home to Chicago. The most sizeable contribution of correspondence c...

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William Russo Collection, 1950-2005

William "Bill" Russo (1928-2003) was a composer, conductor, musician, teacher, and author of Chicago, Illinois. Additionally, Russo was the founder of the Chicago Jazz Ensemble at Columbia College Chicago, the founder and Director of Chicago Free Theater, and the director of High School Jazz Fest...

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