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Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry collection of visual material, [1930-1976, bulk 1960-1976]

Views of Chicago by photographer Kee T. Chang to illustrate the Association's efforts to promote commercial growth and civic improvement. Includes views of Chicago (skyline, people on the street, aerial views, etc.), historic buildings, Lake Michigan and the waterfront, activities and festivals, ...

The Chicago exhibition portfolio, 1979 June 2-1984 Apr. 8.

A portfolio of photographs by photographer Diane J. Schmidt in collaboration with artist Michele Fitzsimmons. The photographs depict a female nude set against a backdrop of familiar and notable Chicago landmarks and scenes such as the Water Tower, the Picasso sculpture, Sears Tower, Buckingham Fo...

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"The Chicago Exhibition" project photographs, 1979-1984.

Color (6) and black-and-white photographs (13) by photographer Diane J. Schmidt in collaboration with performance artist Michele Fitzsimmons. The photographs comprise a portion of "The Chicago Exhibition" portfolio and depict a nude Michele Fitzsimmons set against a backdrop of Chicago landmarks ...

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Frank H. Beberdick Pullman Collection, 1881-2001

Miscellaneous materials relating to the historic Pullman company town and Pullman Manufacturing Company, 1881-2001.

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George R. Lawrence photograph collection, [ca. 1900-1960, bulk 1900-1910]

Photographs and photomechanical prints by Lawrence, Chicago pioneer in aerial and panoramic photography. Includes panoramas of cities and events, such as San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and fire; Chicago and nearby Waukegan, Zion and Fort Sheridan. Also includes photographs taken with his...

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Ira J. Bach photograph collection, [ca. 1950-1980]

Primarily includes views of buildings and sculpture and portraits of Bach from his own collection. Most images show views of Chicago (Ill.), including the River City apartment complex, the Hyde Park YMCA, the O'Hare Airport Rapid Transit externsions and terminal, a convention hall proposed for th...

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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.).

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