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A Century of Progress Memorabilia collection, 1933-1999

A Century of Progress International Exposition was held in Chicago during the summers of 1933 and 1934 to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of the incorporation of the city of Chicago in 1833. The A Century of Progress Memoribilia collection includes printed materials such as pamphlets, broc...

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Charles MacMurray Design collection, 1960-1981

Charles MacMurray was a graphic designer in Chicago. This collection contains correspondence, speeches, research material, design samples, photographs and slides documenting the design work of Charles MacMurray.

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Chicago Book Clinic records, 1982-1997

The Chicago Book Clinic is a nonprofit organization, established in 1936 "to promote the highest standards of craftsmanship in bookmaking and publishing." The Chicago Book Clinic, whose members work in the publishing industry, holds regular meetings, hosts speakers, and encourages the exchange of...

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Chicago Stockyards collection, 1890-1970

The Chicago Stockyards, also known as the Union Stockyards, played an integral role in the development of Chicago as the hub of the meat industry. This collection highlights selective aspects of the management and promotional activities of the stockyards.

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Chicago Women in Broadcasting records, 1974-1978

Chicago Women in Broadcasting was an organization that sought to improve the status of women in broadcasting and to develop their full potential as professionals. This collection contains a CWB pamphlet, an event flyer, a list of goals, and CWB newsletters dating from July 1974 to December 1978.

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Container Corporation of America collection, 1964-2000

This collection contains posters, examples of packaging, brochures, catalogs, artifacts, and other graphic and textual materials.

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Harold Gilden papers, 1950-1969

The Harold Gilden papers consist almost entirely of dockets and evidence relating to labor disputes which were arbitrated by Mr. Gilden. The majority of these disputes concern the railroad brotherhoods, although some cases relate to the airlines and to manufacturing. Also included in the collecti...

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Helen C. Schubert papers, 1963-1999

Helen Celia Schubert was born on May 30, 1930 to Paul H. and Edna W. (Schmidt) Schubert in Washington City, Wisconsin. She received a B.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1952. An award winning public relations executive in Chicago, she established her own firm, Helen C. Schubert & Ass...

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International Design Conference in Aspen papers, 1954-1986

The International Design Conference in Aspen began in 1951. Founded by many of America's rising stars on the graphic design scene, the IDCA sought to provide a forum for discussion on design. The material covers the formation of the IDCA in 1951 until 1986.

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Robert L. Even Chicago Design History collection, 1991-1992

Robert L. Even was a professor in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Northern Illinois University. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, he interviewed prominent Chicago designers Robert Vogele, John Massey, Ralph Eckerstrom, Hayward Blake, Morton Goldsholl, and Susan Jackson K...

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Thomas H. E. Miller Design papers, 1953-1996

Thomas H.E. Miller (1920- ) has worked as a successful visual artist as well as a graphic designer. The papers consist of photographs, proofsheets, slides, award certificates, realia, prototypes, calendars, and periodicals.

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Women in Communications records, 1918-1976

Women in Communications, Inc. (WIC) is the Chicago chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, a national professional club for women in journalism founded in 1909. The Chicago alumnae chapter of charter members was established in 1919. Originally, membership was limited to those who had joined during college bu...

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