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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.
D. E. Terriere diaries
D.E. (David Edward) Terriere was a longtime resident of the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago who worked as a banker at the Englewood Bank. His 37 handwritten pocket-size diary entries, although brief, offer glimpses at his family life, household financial transactions and activities in the city....
gloria cassens collection.
The photographs depict individuals encountered in Chicago's Loop and Near North Side between 2012 and 2015. The photographs graphically show the human conditions that some people, young and old, men and women, experience.
Grace Mason Papers/ Franklyn Atkinson Henderson Photograph Collection
Grace Mason, a descendant of pioneering Chicago African American photographer Franklyn Atkinson Henderson, donated his collection of nearly 100 photo portraits of "prominent Negro Chicagoans." Photos were created from 1885 to 1915. Many of these photos were exhibited at the 1940 American Negro Ex...
Grand Boulevard/Gage Family Collection, 1908-1926.
The Gage Family Collection consists of family photographs that document the daily life of a middle-class family living in the Grand Boulevard community in the early 1900s. Besides the immediate family, individuals pictured here include Stanley's brother, Edward Gage, and his son Henry Crum Gage. ...
Italians in Chicago Project Records, 1979-1981
The Italians in Chicago Project was a two-year, multi-faceted program undertaken by the Department of History at the University of Illinois, Chicago, Circle Campus. The National Endowment for the Humanities provided the funding for the purpose of documenting the Italian American experience in Chi...