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Charles Andrews Heath Papers, 1880-1999

Chicago businessman, founder and president of Continental Seed Co. Includes Charles Andrews Heath's diaries, 1880-1949, with typed excerpts, which discuss the Haymarket Riot, the World's Columbian Exposition, the World's Parliament of Religions, the Galveston flood, several wars, and many Chicago...

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Ernst Schmidt papers

Papers of Ernst Frederich Felix Schmidt, who was a Bavarian-born, Chicago (Ill.) physician, first coroner of Cook County (Republican), and supporter of the Haymarket Riot defendants. Materials include student medical notebooks, 1850-1851 (5 v.), for lectures given by Professors Virchow, Leydig, a...

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Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler and Sigmund Zeisler Papers, 1869-1981

Correspondence to and from pianist Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler, Sigmund Zeisler, their sons Ernest, Leonard and Paul, and relatives and friends; also, miscellaneous material relating to Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler's life and musical career, including a biography of Fannie Zeisler written by her husba...

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First Division who charged the mob at the Haymarket riot May 4, 1886, [ca. 1886]

Individual albumin photographs (51) of police officers in the 1st company, Lieut. E.J. Steele commanding, and in the 2nd company, Lieut. Martin Quinn commanding, are numbered and mounted in 4 rows with the names of the police officers listed below and annotated to indicate men who were wounded or...

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Franklin Rosemont-Haymarket Research Papers, 1877-1993

Research notes, photocopies, drafts, proofs, photographs, and correspondence comprising the papers used to research and produce the

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Homes of the Haymarket anarchists photographs, 1929-1938.

Black and white nitrate negatives showing exterior views, as of 1929-1938, of the Chicago homes of the defendants in the Haymarket Affair trial of 1886. The defendants were George Engel, Samuel Fielden, Adolph Fischer, Louis Lingg, Oscar Neebe, Albert R. Parsons, Michael Schwab, and August Spies.

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Illinois vs. August Spies et al. Haymarket Affair trial transcript collection

Trial transcript (17 v. of ca. 8,100 p.) and duplicates, abstracts, copy of the true bill voted by the grand jury to indict the defendants for murder, exhibits volume (with photographs of bombs), and other materials relating to Chicago court proceedings, including testimony and exhibits, of the t...

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Imprisoned anarchists, [ca. 1889]

Mug shots taken at Joliet state prison of Samuel Fielden, Michael Schwab, and Oscar Neebe, convicted in the Haymarket Affair. These images on a glass plate negative were part of a set taken by the prison staff photographer for use in illustrated lectures on prison reform.

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J. Appleton Wilson photograph collection, 1891 April.

Loose album leaves containing views of Chicago residential and comercial buildings and streets. Residences include the Armour family houses (117-125 Lake Shore Drive), Mrs. Jno. Coonley house (620 Division), George Spencer Willits house (369 Erie Street), Hon. Lambert Tree house (Erie & Cass Stre...

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Joliet Prison photograph collection, ca. 1889-1895.

Glass negatives and photoprints of Joliet Prison taken by the prison staff photographer, S.W. Wetmore, and used in an illustrated lecture on prison reform. Subjects include male and female prisoners, guards, interior and exterior of prison buildings, prison yard and shops, cell blocks. Some image...

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J.W. Taylor Photograph Collection, c.1880-1910

Previously a bookseller, J.W. Taylor (1846-1918) began photographing Chicago in the 1870s and started advertising himself as a commercial photographer in 1889. Taylor worked until 1918, photographing Chicago-area architecture and landscapes, as well as buildings in other cities in the United Stat...

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Schilling, George A., Papers, 1887-1936

George A. Schilling, labor movement leader and Secretary of the Illinois State Board of Labor Commissioners. The papers include five bound letterbooks, which span the period 1887 to 1907, correspondence, notes for and drafts of speeches, articles and letters, pamphlets, and miscellaneous items in...

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Scrapbook vol. XIII, 1872-1893.

Contains articles and clippings from newspapers and magazines. Subjects include United States Congress, Ireland, Belgium, Jesuits, William J. Onahan, Native Americans, elections, Catholic history, Kulturkampf laws, Chicago history, labor, Communism, Germany, Haymarket riots,Catholic Foresters, Wo...

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Scrapbook vol. XIII, 1872-1893.

Contains articles and clippings from newspapers and magazines. Subjects include United States Congress, Ireland, Belgium, Jesuits, William J. Onahan, Native Americans, elections, Catholic history, Kulturkampf laws, Chicago history, labor, Communism, Germany, Haymarket riots,Catholic Foresters, Wo...

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