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Chicago & North Western Railway Station photograph collection, 1984.
Interior and exterior views of the C&NW railroad station in Chicago's Loop area just prior to the building's demolition. Includes scenes of the waiting rooms, corridors and architectural elements. Includes some photographs with people using the station, the Goodyear blimp flying over the station,...
Chicago Union Station collection of visual materials, [approximately 1915 and 1950]
Black and white photographic prints depicting trackside platforms at Chicago's Union Station in the 1950s. Collection also includes rolls of nitrate film images taken for 1915 Chicago Union Station land appraisals and accompanied by a small book of index notations.
Collection of Woodlawn and Hyde Park neighborhood slides
Color 35mm slides of the Woodlawn and Hyde Park neighborhood communities photographed by Tom Staniszewski. Images document deterioration in the built environment of these neighborhoods, including schools, churches, cemeteries, social service facilities, and storefronts. Notable buildings include ...
Jun Fujita negatives collection
Views of the 1919 Race Riots in Chicago (Ill.); the St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1929); bridge construction, farm scenery, Chicago skylines, Lincoln Park Zoo, various railroad lines; other topics; and portrait negatives of Al Capone, John Alden Carpenter, Albert Einstein, Colonel Fabynn, J. L. K...
Photographic slides, etc. of Harry Weese architectural projects, [ca. 1956-1999]
Photographic slides containing views of 223 projects of the Harry Weese architectural firms taken by staff of those firms or by outside photographers, including Balthazar Korab Studios, Hedrich-Blessing photography firm, and Lambros Photography. Slides are arranged alphabetically by the name of t...
Robert Kostka photograph collection, 1947-1956.
Photographs of Chicago building details, mainly showing some form of decay; of three-dimensional models of exhibition or display units; and of non-objective sculpture by Kostka, instructor at the Institute of Design (Chicago, Ill.).
Tom Neumann collection of visual material
Primarily includes visual materials relating to the South Shore community in Chicago (Ill.) and the South Shore Historical Society. Includes views of apartment houses and single family houses, streetscapes, railroad stations, and businesses. Some images show the South Shore Country Club and peopl...