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Arthur Siegel (1913-1978) Papers, 1927-1985
A large and comprehensive collection of materials document the career of Chicago photographer and educator Arthur Siegel (1913-1978).
Chicago stories, [ca. 2002-2003]
Documentary videos and interviews about Chicago history and social groups. John Callaway served as interviewer and narrator. Many images show collection items of the Chicago Historical Society. Topics include politicians, activists, laborers, athletes, people in arts and entertainment, philanthro...
Descriptive inventory for the Ron Gordon visual materials, 1971-2016
Black-and-white photographic negatives (approximately 780, 8 in. x 10 in. and smaller), 20 in. x 24 in. photographic prints (2,308), 4 in. x 5 in. photographic prints (5,195), and contact sheets (approximately 274); 8 in. x 10 in. color prints (6); and color transparencies (112, 4 in. x 5 in. a...
Eleanor Page papers
Correspondence, newsclippings, and drafts of some newspaper columns of Eleanor Page Voysey, Society Editor for the Chicago Tribune (under the name "Eleanor Page"). Most of the material consists of information gathered by her in the late 1960s/early 1970s, while she was preparing columns about Afr...
Herma Clark papers, ca. 1930-1947.
Personal and business correspondence relating to Chicago journalist Herma Clark's writings, family matters, and realty business in Chicago and Florida. Includes letters and notes; fan mail; play scripts, texts of speeches, manuscripts of books and columns; songs, poetry, sayings, epitaphs, and re...
John Drury-Marion Neville Papers, 1860-1970
Correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, artwork, personal materials, and photographs of author and journalist John Drury, and his wife, journalist and painter Marion Neville.
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...
Moving Picture Palaces exhibition collection, photographs by Russell B. Phillips and Don DuBroff, 1983-1985.
Interiors of motion picture theaters in the Chicago area which were constructed between 1920 and 1959. Most theaters exhibit a thematic architectural or decorative style, such as Egyptian or Moorish. Theaters are empty of people and are lit to show their architectural details.
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...