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Citizens Action Program (Chicago, Ill.) records collected by Paul Booth, ca. 1966-1975

Correspondence, minutes, newsletters, press releases, newspaper clippings, position papers, and other records of the Citizens Action Program, a Chicago advocacy group, created and/or received by Paul Booth who served as co-chairman of the organization. Some materials relate to membership and admi...

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Gottlieb & Schwartz records, 1921-1949

Briefs, notices, agreements, transcripts, drafts of legal documents, court exhibits, research files, memoranda, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, and other records of the Chicago law firm Gottlieb & Schwartz. The firm represented bondholders of the Chicago Surface Lines, and the coll...

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Henry S. Robbins papers

Legal opinions, docket books, briefs, correspondence, account books and other personal financial records, and other papers of Henry S. Robbins, a Chicago lawyer. Most materials relate to his service as counsel for the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Railways Company. Chicago Railways Company e...

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John Gutknecht papers, 1906-1972 (bulk 1920-1960)

Biographical materials, correspondence, travel diaries (17 v.; 1934-1965), scrapbooks (11 v.; 1911-1960), transcripts, certificates, photocopies of newspaper clippings, and other papers of John Gutknecht, a Chicago lawyer and judge. Present are transcripts of radio broadcasts pertaining ...

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Scott Stantis papers, 2010-2015.

This collection contains original ink and paper drawings, digital versions of drawings, and notebooks created by Scott Stantis. The collection currently spans the years 2010 to 2015 and subjects include Chicago, Illinois, sports, politics, weather, Richard M. Daley, Rahm Emanuel, gun control, ele...

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Tieken family papers

Correspondence, poetry, certificates, newsclippings, and an album containing photographs and other items relating to Robert Tieken, who served as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois in the 1950s; to his father Theodore Tieken, a physician; and to their wives and children. Includes...

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