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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Chicago Division, photographic archives, [ca. 1940-1969]

Primarily group portraits taken at conferences and meetings of the BSCP labor union. Scenes from the Chicago Division offices show an Afro-American staff at work. Includes small formal identified portraits of key Chicago members, a few unidentified portraits, and informal photographs of unidentif...

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Declan Haun collection of visual materials, ca. 1958-1994

The major images by photojournalist Declan Haun, including photographs made while working for the Charlotte Observer ,1958-1963; and as freelancer for the Black Star agency, 1963-1994, the bulk in 1963-1976 while he resided in Chicago, and a copy of a short motion-picture film: Real Self. The col...


Frank W. Gunsaulus Papers, 1906 - 1921

Papers of Frank W. Gunsaulus, founding president of Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago. Bulks with correspondence to and from Gunsaulus, but does not appear to be the bulk of his administrative correspondence regarding the operation of Armour Institute of Technology. Lesser amounts of materi...

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Gunsaulus, Frank W.; Papers, 1813-1921

Frank W. Gunsaulus (1856–1921) was an ordained Methodist minister, a noted preacher, orator, educator, bibliophile, document scholar, and pastor of Plymouth Congregational Church (Chicago) where, in 1890, he delivered the “Million Dollar Sermon” which inspired Philip Armour, Sr. to found Armour I...

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Helen Sauer Brown papers, 1944-1998

The Helen Sauer Brown Papers are divided between personal/family papers and academic papers. Personal and family papers include photographs, wedding and anniversary mementos, statements on War Tax Resistance and the Equal Rights Amendment, and the story of her husband's prisoner of war experience...

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Otto J. Krampikowsky photograph collection, 1918-1919.

General views taken by Krampikowsky, Chief Stenographer, Quarter Master Depot #1, Advance Section, U.S. Army, of cities and war monuments where his unit stopped in Northern France and East central Germany during World War I. Includes activities in cities and villages, in Krampikowsky's Army camp,...

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