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Archie Lieberman Collection

Archie Lieberman (1926-2008), of Chicago, Illinois, was a photographer for magazines, advertising, and corporations, including Look magazine, Time, Life, and Collier's. The collection demonstrates Lieberman's professional work for many decades as a photographer, author, and photojournalist.

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Bishop family papers

Photocopies of a scrapbook of items relating to members of the Bishop family of Chicago and Ravenswood (Ill.). Includes obituaries and funeral notices for Rev. Hiram N. Bishop; reports on St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, Chicago; business affairs of coal dealers who employed Frank C. Bisho...


Bowman Dairy Company collection of visual materials, [1885-1965, bulk 1900-1952]

Visual materials relating to the Bowman Dairy Company, processor and distributor of dairy products in the Chicago area, 1891-1966. Includes pictures of advertisements, advertising personalities and premiums, dairy operations, interior and exterior of Bowman owned buildings (distribution sites, mi...

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Caroline L. Shoemaker memorial collection of Chicago slides, 1965-1991.

Includes slides of Chicago (Ill.) and the metropolitan area taken by Robert Shoemaker, a photographer residing in Naperville (Ill.) who did photographic work for the Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau. Topics primarily include arts, buildings, businesses, food and restaurants, hotels, museums,...

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Charles H. Bartlett diaries

Diaries (22 v., 1829-1891) and account book (1 v., 1831-1832) note daily activities of a farmer in New Hampshire and, beginning in 1834, farming in Fremont Township near Diamond Lake, Lake County, Illinois. Topics include farm chores and management; cultivation of grains, produce, grapes, and cat...

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Descriptive inventory for the John Walley visual materials, 1937-1974

Black-and-white photographic prints (approximately 950), negatives (approximately 700), color photographic prints (13), art work and design projects documenting the career of John Walley, including materials and images from his work at the Institute of Design (Chicago, Ill.) and the Univ...

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George Flower family papers, 1812-1974

Correspondence, diaries, and manuscripts of the Flower family of Illinois, mostly of George Flower, who was the founder of Albion (Ill.). His diaries describe travels in France and the U.S., meeting many of his future correspondents. The diaries are vol. 1: 1814 July 7-Sept. 9, 212p.; vol. 2: 181...

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Guide to the William Deering (1826-1913) Family Papers, 1845-1983

The history of William Deering family and the lives of many of the family's individual members have been well chronicled in numerous sources. This series reflects a portion of the family's long service and generosity on behalf of Northwestern University.

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Joseph Parrish cartoon collection, 1942-1970.

Original cartoons by Joseph Parrish, chief editorial cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune (1963-1970), including "Another Sabateur is Discovered Operating in Illinois," 1942; "The Life of the Party (Democratic That Is)," 1950; "The Heirloom," 1954; "You Wouldn't Think They'd Risk an Interception," ...

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Lowden, Frank O. Papers, circa 1870-1943

Frank Orren Lowden (1861-1943) was a lawyer, Republican politician, scientific farmer and Governor of Illinois. The collection contains personal correspondence, as well as correspondence related to Lowden’s business, political and agricultural activities. It also includes many early twentieth-cen...

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Open Space Section Records, 1894-2011, (bulk 1991-2010)

The collection documents Open Space's varied initiatives to increase the amount of and improve the access to green space for all Chicagoans. The records include publication drafts, notes, and final products; correspondence; maps and plans; meeting minutes and agendas; photographs, slides, and neg...

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Paul Horvat/International Peasant Movement collection, 1931-1971

The Paul Horvat/International Peasant Movement Collection includes clippings, correspondence, speeches, notes, flyers, broadsheets, an excerpt from the U.S. Congressional Record regarding the activities of Paul Horvat and the International Peasant Movement.

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WBBM Nightline program

Radio program about the Chicago Stockyards.

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